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From Robert Bateman <>
Subject Re: Connecting to MS Access DB
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2004 16:02:15 GMT

Search the list...  You will see that Windows 2000/2003/XP services need to 
know how to "log into" any data bases in order to access them.  One of the 
biggest problems with services is accessing "mapped" files or files that 
require "user permissions."  It is unfortunate, but a fact of life on Windows 
2000/2003 and XP.

Just a thought...  Can you use the "personal" version of SQL Server 2000/2003 
instead of Access?  I believe Tomcat service will access this just fine.  
Same with MySQL and Postgres SQL.


On Monday 02 August 2004 11:51 am, Muhammad Khalid Sohail Khan wrote:
> hi,
> now I have created a "System DSN", its works in the
> sense that now there is no ODBC or data source name
> error, but now I am getting the  following exception.
> "org.apache.commons.dbcp.SQLNestedException:
> Cannot create PoolableConnectionFactory (General error)"
> everything works fine when I run tomcat not as service (I am using
> win2k). But I want to run it as service..
> any idea?
> Khalid
> University of Duisburg

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