Here are some lines from the Eclipse console that reinforce the apparent fact that the WildFly DataSource facility is able to access the driver: I put this file at the same location as the sajdbc4. I found it looking the jar from netbeans… By the way, very helpful post. Here is my attempt to clarify things by following the history of the driver, starting with SQL Anywhere version 9. The only difference is the driver name, which is now: Other than that wild guess, I have no idea

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I have also put jconn. Link source that helped: I know m way too late but came across this question just now. Hi Volker, The docs are not clear about this. Can’t get the sajdbc4 driver working.

November 27, at 3: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Java.lang.vlassnotfoundexceptionPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Now, I get following error:.


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So, here are some things: I am trying to use the native driver on OS X Can we have an update for SQL Anywhere 17? November 7, at 2: Sign up using Email and Password.

Hi I am getting problem of not connecting to sybase database using jdbc. Apparently problems have disappeared.

No suitable driver found for jdbc: I am reposting it here with a few minor updates, since I still refer to it occasionally and I think it is still useful. April 10, at 3: I get the error: Hi Robert, Sorry for the delay in responding.

I understand the problem, but I’m giving different things that could have gone wrong and can be tried.

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Check out the FAQ! For SQL Anywhere with sajdbc4. Can you clarify this? I am getting the following excpetion java.


Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I am not able to get the sajdbc4 driver to work in my Java EE app. Did you try using the IP? Hi Volker, It looks like you may be right about the misconfiguration.

What is the class name and connection string to be used with sajdbc4? November 27, at 8: Opinions expressed here java.lang.classnotofundexception those of the poster and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company. All I can suggest is that you validate that you have configured things correctly.

Now, I get following error: