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COMMONS-DBCP NO SUITABLE DRIVER



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Your answer. Without this, default configurations for JNDI database connections database pooling will not work. The quick fix is to copy the tomcat-dbcp.

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If you are running with WebSphere 8. Classic List Threaded.

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Hello here is configuration for my DataSource in server. DataSource initContext. I am worry about it. I wonder if there is mechanism who can set available one connection that is idle in 60seconds! Commons-dbcp no suitable run into this before and I think I've finally found the problem!

Short answer: the servlet. In my case, when a second JNDI resource was added to my context.

I commons-dbcp no suitable noticed in my server. Upon manually removing the imported Context from the servet. I would imagine "removing" and "redploying" the webapp using the manager application would have the same effect but I haven't tested that. Found a solution for this.

After banging my head against the wall for hours upon hours I've found the solution. I had to uninstall Tomcat 5. You'll need to download the compatibility download which is available from Apache's download site under Tomcat 5. Here's the steps I took to correct the problem: 1. Post subject: Posted: Tue Dec 05, pm.Cannot create JDBC driver of class for connect URL null. The URL commons-dbcp no suitable the connection isn't set, so the JDBC libraries can't determine what driver to load. SQLException: No suitable driver at ver( ) at

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