CR XI Java - JDBC Problem

Posted on 2005-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi everyone,

I'm quite stuck to put it plainly!

I've developed a report in CRXI using an ADO connection which works perfectly in my VB frontend.

We are also deploying it on our intranet.  One of the Developers has asked for me to package the report using a JDBC connection.  He has created the connection URL on our Tomcat server and Database Classname

I don't have a java dev environment on my machine so I can't create the connection (each time it says 'JDBC driver not found'.  He has sent me the java dev .jar file, though neither of us are sure where it should go?

Any help would be awesome!

Question by:loopyadc
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    Author Comment

    Thanks for your quick reply?

    Will this work for SQL 7.0?

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    Expert Comment

    I am not sure about that but you need the java components at the very minimum.

    Author Comment

    Thanks the article was just what I was after - still having some problems though - hopefully we'll find a way to sort it out;)


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