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Instructions for Administering GlassFish Server. Email required Address never made public. You wont notice the change, i promise you.
Administering the JavaMail Service. Set your environment variables.
After recreating the connection pool with the same settings, the ping is failing with the following glasssfish in the server. Set the next additional properties:. DB2Driver cannot be cast to javax.
You are commenting using your WordPress. Use this name when you configure the JDBC resource later. Create the tables in MySQL server. Administering the Logging Service.
Java DB is based upon Apache Derby. The nightly builds does not have the error logs turned on by default for some reason. The nightly build seems to fix this issue at: Create a connection pool with the following properties: In reply to this post by glassfish-2 This worked for me also thanks heaps!
GlassFish version 2 has a much improved pooling mechanism and you may not need the more agressive configurations.
At the moment I write this article current version is 5. Although Sun offers no product support for these drivers, Sun glasssfish limited support of the use of these drivers with Enterprise Server v2.
Be sure that you Glassfish server is stopped before going on. Specify one of the following: The following JDBC driver and database combinations are supported. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Using the latest builds from yesterday which I had to do since the stable 4. Our objectives will be: Enter again into the connection pool.
As i mentioned in the other post, you can use the type 4 driver unless you need XA support unless jdc 9. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The database is called booreg The code for creating this tables is: The syntax is as follows: I am trying to create a connection pool for a db2 database in glassfish and I’m somewhat new to the entire process.