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From tn...@FBOS.com
Subject Poolman and Tomcat - I'm going nuts
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2001 22:14:17 GMT
Hello,

I am having a very difficult time getting poolman to work under tomcat and
based on other posts to this forum, this should not be the case.  I have
included the "poolman.props" file in a directory which is in my CLASSPATH.
It works fine outside of tomcat from a simple java application, but when I
create a servlet or try to execute the PoolMan.jsp sample, I receive the
following error:

	Could not find 'poolman.props' -- now attempting to read deprecated
file name 'pool.props'... failed.

This is coming from SQLManager.java, although I am not sure why.

As I stated above, I have include the "poolman.props" file in a directory
which is on my CLASSPATH and have echoed out the CLASSPATH to a file to
ensure that it is in fact being used by tomcat when I execute the
bin/start.bat; the directory is in the CLASSPATH.

I am using Apache 1.3.14, Tomcat 3.2.1, PoolMan 1.4.1 under WIN 2K.

The following is the code being used:

  	Connection con = null;
  	
  	// Load the PoolMan JDBC Driver
  	try { 
  	  Class.forName("com.codestudio.sql.PoolMan").newInstance();
            } catch (Exception ex) {
    	System.out.println("Could Not Find the PoolMan Driver." + 
    	                   "Check to ensure that PoolMan.jar is in your
CLASSPATH");
           return false;
           }
    
  	try {
  	  // establish a Connection to the specified database (test)
	  con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:poolman://" + "test");
<---------------------------ERRORS OUT ON THIS CALL
	} catch(SQLException sqe) {
              System.out.println("Error obtaining connection through PoolMan
to test Database");
              return false;
           }

Is there anyone out there that knows what could be causing this?  Any ideas
where to look? Is there anything which I need to set/configure under the
TOMCAT_HOME/conf ? Or, and I hope this is not the case, just going nuts? 

Todd G. Nist
Email:   tnist@fbos.com



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