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From David Kerber <>
Subject Re: Trouble with jdbc drivers in TC 7 - fixed
Date Fri, 08 Apr 2011 00:13:17 GMT
On 4/7/2011 8:02 PM, Konstantin Kolinko wrote:
> 2011/4/8 David Kerber<>:
>> On 4/7/2011 5:57 PM, Konstantin Kolinko wrote:
>>> 2011/4/8 David kerber<>:
>>>> To close this loop, I got it fixed.  The issue was a (apparently very
>>>> slightly) corrupt jodbc.jar file.  I say very slightly because I could
>>>> open
>>>> it with windows explorer's .zip handling functionality and everything
>>>> looked
>>>> fine, but tomcat choked on it when trying to open it with
>>>>   Tomcat was throwing exceptions at startup, but they were quite a bit
>>>> further up in the log from the one I posted here, and I didn't see them
>>>> for
>>>> the longest time.
>>> Congratulations.
>>> Were the messages clear enough, or maybe something may need improving
>>> there?
>> The error message was fine, once I actually saw it.  It was just quite a
>> ways up the log file from the final exception that I originally posted.
>>   Once I saw the startup error, it's obvious that the CNFE was just a
>> cascading error from the root problem.
>> The only thing I question is whether might be too picky, and
>> failing to open .jar files that could have actually been usable.  Windows
>> had no trouble unzipping the .jar.  That's obviously an Oracle issue,
>> though, and not a Tomcat one.
> If a jar is truncated I wouldn't call it useful, and it is better to fail early.
> IIRC,in zip format there is header for each zipped entry, plus a
> master index at the end.
> Reading the archive sequentially vs. accessing a random file will be
> implemented differently.  And it looks as if Windows integrated
> support of zip files is loose in error handling. (A thing to beware if
> anyone will encounter the same issue as you did).
Windows is well known to have issues in its .zip handling, especially 
with large files.  I have seen many times where windows would demand a 
password for a .zip file, when one was not actually required.  Switching 
to a real unzipper like 7zip or equivalent fixed the problem.


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