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From "Januski, Ken" <>
Subject JDBC realm problems
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2002 16:58:28 GMT

I've spent many hours last week and a few more today trying to get JDBC
security realm to work and keep stumbling on this error:
java.sql.SQLException: General error: Access denied for user:
'localhost.localdomain' to database 'tomcatusers';

I'm sure many people have problems getting this to work right off and I've
read a fair amount about various solutions. But what I can't figure out is
why the access denied error doesn't include a user name but only
localhost.localdomain. I've put user and password in server.xm; there is a
tomcatusers table with what i believe are the correct entries. In fact
they're copied/modified from the Goodwill book. I wouldn't be surprised by a
bad username or bad password error but this indicates that the user name
just isn't being passed along. Anyway I assume that I'll find the answer to
the authentication problem if I can find out why the user name doesn't seem
to be passed along to the database call.

Does anyone have any clues?



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