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Unable to retrive records using JDBC SQLSERVER

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I have written one applicating using JDBC Type 3 SQLSERVER driver. The application is running fine when I run it from command prompt and retriving the data from remote data base. When I am trying to run the application from JNLP the form is opening but when trying to retrive the records from database, system doesn't do any thing. I am unable to trace the problem in java application. System is throwing exception "No suitable driver found for jdbc:sqlserver"

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Milind
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did you add jdbc driver file into your jnlp ? you need to provide jar reference in your jnlp file
<resources>
 <jar href="yourjdbcdriver.jar"/>

</resources>

you can check http://www.coderanch.com/t/200533/JNLP-Web-Start/java/JDBC-Web-Start for more info
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