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*.java can connect with JDBC,  but  *.JSP can not connect with JDBC

Posted on 2004-04-20
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hi, Here is my problem

My ''Testconnect.java'' file works well. it could connect a JDBC.
But when I copy the same code to  test.asp file, it didn't work.
I got a classNotFoundException.

the two progrma is fairly simple. I don't know what is wrong.


tomcat 5.0
Win xp
JSDK 1.4
SQL server 2000
JDBC for SQL server 2000

thanks!
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Question by:chijingao
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by:Nick_72
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which class is it not able to find?

try adding this to the top of your jsp page:

<%@ page import="java.sql.*"%>

/Nick
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by:chijingao
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Class.forName(
                                "com.microsoft.jdbc.sqlserver.SQLServerDriver");

is wrong!
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by:Nick_72
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Please post the whole error message you get when it shows ClassNotFoundException.
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by:Nick_72
ID: 10869315
oh ok...

then you'll need to put the zip file with the MS SQL server jdbc driver in the webapps /lib folder
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by:Nick_72
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{Tomcat home}\webapps\yourwebapp\WEB-INF\lib
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by:Nick_72
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then restart Tomcat
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by:chijingao
ID: 10869354
i don't have a zip file. I have a setup.exe!
 
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by:Nick_72
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ok, but when you run the setup.exe, you will install it to some place on the disc, then take the 3 zip files from the lib folder of that installation and copy them to your webapp's lib folder.

The path could look something like this:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Driver for JDBC\lib
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by:chijingao
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I have done it before i came here :(
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by:Nick_72
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did you copy them to you webapps lib folder under tomcat??
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by:chijingao
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o wait I am new..

what is {Tomcat home}\webapps\yourwebapp\WEB-INF\lib  ??

I just put all my files under {Tomcat home}\webapps\Root\
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by:Nick_72
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alright then, copy the zip files to

{Tomcat home}\webapps\Root\WEB-INF\lib
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by:chijingao
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I have three *.jar files under C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Driver for JDBC\lib

I copied them to C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.0\common\lib
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by:chijingao
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o. I copied it now {Tomcat home}\webapps\Root\WEB-INF\lib.


let me try it..
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by:Nick_72
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remember to restart tomcat first :)
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by:chijingao
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it works well!!!!!!!!!

thanks a lot.
It is the first time I come here.

thanks a lot agian.
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by:Nick_72
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No problem :)
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by:chijingao
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note: it didn't work again two days later. Sql 2000 server patch 3 is also needed. i installed it and now every thing is OK.
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