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This may help but it’s not really tomcat specific. Sign up using Email and Password. Make sure all your capitalizations are correct, you have the right driver. As I mentioned elsewhere I ran into a thread where the solution to this exact issue was “upgrade the jdk” and it worked for everyone in the thread.
Tomcat fighting me, can not get a database connection. : java
DataSourceFactory” The reason I want to make sure that I have it is because in the apache tomcat tutorial it says factory is required, and the value should be org.
BasicDataSourceFactory ] Related cause: Connection; I’ve javax.naming.namingxeception class right now and I’ve not had a chance to work on this since class yesterday. When I expand Servers I see a folder Tomcat v7.
Misspelling of classpath of driver, etc. This is not to be managed from inside Eclipse. I’ve also tried adding the file to the shared. My version of the jdk is newer than the one discussed in this thread, and testing on a vm meant I was using a whole other version still.
Cannot resolve reference to bean ‘sequenceManager’ while setting constructor argument ; nested exception is org. Cannot resolve reference to bean ‘persistenceService’ while setting constructor argument ; nested exception is org. Log in or sign up in seconds. I wish I could talk to you about this for hours! No programming help questions here! I get the same errors. Can you share them? In Tomcat’s installation folder on the local disk file system. The jmxproxy servlet is working – when I go to the URL http: Cannot create resource instance.
[SOLVED] Get Java Error ‘Unable to create initial connections of pool’ during startup
This is probably the most common suggestion I’ve seen and it has failed to work from the get go. Also check if the jar is not corrupt. Submit a new text post.
I suspect I’ve got enough info now to fix the issue but, as I said, I haven’t had time com.jysql.jdbc.driver toy with it yet. I am in class right now and don’t have time to post more, but when I get home I will provide additional details about my code.
The factory value is the fully qualified class name which is to be passed to Class forName in Tomcat’s internal code so fai,ed it could be loaded and instantiated.