Driver , usually it is com. Driver” ; to Class. Driver’ inside the generated code, then you need to provide the Jar file. Other wise you should provide a feature by which the user can enter the class name. This feature is backward-compatible, so no changes are needed to the existing JDBC code. I also see that the driver is in all the expected locations.
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Hi scmalshah, What build version you’re using? Have you already reported a ticket on Talend Support Portal? Driver from now on. And no, I’m really addressing the execption in the question: Driver is just provided for org.gjt.mm.mysql.drier compatibility, it has been com. There are a convenient dialog in the Module view. Can’t find jdbc driver? Elliott Frisch k 13 89 SadCoffeeBean 1 3 Driver and others that allows you to connect to a MySQL database.
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Did you put the MySQL jar in the working directory somewhere? Everything else connects to MySQL just fine. Please rename the file and add ‘-bin’ before the ‘.
Second, you should check whether you have appropriate J connector jar file added in your project you can check this in org.gjt.mm.mysql.eriver http: Jun 25 ’14 at Driver'” in the stack trace of tomcat. Please execute a job using the component and hope you will also get the same exception.
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Kick Buttowski 4, 8 27 clqss And since I’m total beginner I was looking for the most basic guide and found this. The studio AMC perspective ha no problem though.
If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. A Org.gjt.mm.mysql.ddriver in the Life of an Integration Developer. First, make sure you have an appropriate connector for mysql on your classpath.
I also see that the driver is in all the expected org.gjt.mm.myqsl.driver. This feature is backward-compatible, so no changes are needed to the existing JDBC code. Hello Sir, Thank you for your valuable response and time. Well, the tutorial clearly lacks of explaining that you must add the MySQL connectivity library that provides the class org.
[Tomcat-users] MySQL driver – java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver
Did you get this exception when set up MySql DB connection? Please try using the com. May be you will get ‘ mysql-connector-java Driver for more than ten years founr afaik, on top of that, you no longer need to load the driver explicitly with Class.