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jConnect & Visual Cafe Pro don't like each other?

5 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-08-27 22:00:26.0Z
Bruno Melloni Posted on 1997-07-08 16:23:32.0Z
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Date: Tue, 08 Jul 1997 11:23:32 -0500
From: Bruno Melloni <melloni@topher.net>
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As part of a java tools evaluation I am testing jConnect and was
surprised to find that even though it appears to work great with the JDK
1.1, it fails miserably with Visual Cafe Pro. Surprised because Visual
Cafe Pro is supposed to be the leading java development tool in the
market.

To be specific the "Validate" test app compiles clean but gives the
following messages:

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/DriverManager
at com.sybase.jdbc.SybDriver.<clinit>(SybDriver.java)
at Validate.main(Validate.java)
at symantec.tools.debug.MainThread.run(Agent.java:54)

Any suggestions on how to make this work would be greatly welcome.

bruno melloni
bruno_melloni@freddiemac.com


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-07-08 18:49:47.0Z
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Bruno,

I do not use Visual Cafe (I use PowerJ :-) ). Somewhere in the
configuration for Visual Cafe, there is a means to specify
your $CLASSPATH. You need to make Visual Cafe aware of where
the jConnect classes reside.


-lance

Bruno Melloni wrote:
>
> As part of a java tools evaluation I am testing jConnect and was
> surprised to find that even though it appears to work great with the JDK
> 1.1, it fails miserably with Visual Cafe Pro. Surprised because Visual
> Cafe Pro is supposed to be the leading java development tool in the
> market.
>
> To be specific the "Validate" test app compiles clean but gives the
> following messages:
>
> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: java/sql/DriverManager
> at com.sybase.jdbc.SybDriver.<clinit>(SybDriver.java)
> at Validate.main(Validate.java)
> at symantec.tools.debug.MainThread.run(Agent.java:54)
>
> Any suggestions on how to make this work would be greatly welcome.
>
> bruno melloni
> bruno_melloni@freddiemac.com

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Dirk Fromhein Posted on 1997-07-09 13:16:28.0Z
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Date: Wed, 09 Jul 1997 09:16:28 -0400
From: Dirk Fromhein <Dirk.Fromhein@watershed.com>
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Lance Andersen wrote:
>
> Bruno,
>
> I do not use Visual Cafe (I use PowerJ :-) ). Somewhere in the
> configuration for Visual Cafe, there is a means to specify
> your $CLASSPATH. You need to make Visual Cafe aware of where
> the jConnect classes reside.
>
> -lance
>

Try the SC.INI file in Cafe/Bin/

Cheers,
Dirk Fromhein
df@watershed.com
http://www.watershed.com


John Henkel Posted on 1997-07-10 19:51:18.0Z
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I haven't had any problems with CafePro. Here is what my SC.INI looks
like...
[Version]
version=1.00 Build 4

[Environment]
PATH=%@P%\..\BIN;%@P%\..\Java\Bin;%PATH%
BIN=%@P%\..\Bin
INCLUDE=%@P%\..\INCLUDE
LIB=%@P%\..\Lib
HELP=%@P%\..\HELP
JAVAINC=%@P%\..\JAVA\SRC;%@P%\..\Components;%@P%\..\JAVA\IFC\SRC;%@P%\..\JAVA\JCONNECT\CLASSES;

CLASSPATH=.;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\SYMCLASS.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\VECCLASS.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\CLASSES.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\DBAW_AWT.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\DBAW.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\LIB\SQL.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\IFC\CLASSES\IFC.ZIP;%@P%\..\JAVA\JCONNECT\SYB102.ZIP;

JAVA_HOME=%@P%\..\JAVA

Good Luck

Dirk Fromhein wrote:

> Lance Andersen wrote:
> >
> > Bruno,
> >
> > I do not use Visual Cafe (I use PowerJ :-) ). Somewhere in the
> > configuration for Visual Cafe, there is a means to specify
> > your $CLASSPATH. You need to make Visual Cafe aware of where
> > the jConnect classes reside.
> >
> > -lance
> >
>
> Try the SC.INI file in Cafe/Bin/
>
> Cheers,
> Dirk Fromhein
> df@watershed.com
> http://www.watershed.com

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John Henkel
mailto:jkhenkel@srp.gov


Bruno Melloni Posted on 1997-08-27 22:00:26.0Z
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Thanks to all. Ultimately there are two solutions: Put the jconnect
path in the sc.ini classpath or put it in the project's directories
(under project options).

bruno