Wondering to know why you are so sure that your answer can solve the issue? Can’t find jdbc driver? Elliott Frisch k 13 89 What is the jdbc driver “org. Download this jar, add it to the classpath of your application and execute it. The DriverManager class takes care of this by automatically locating a suitable driver when the DriverManager. The fact that a ‘tutorial’ that was last updated a year ago still uses these outdated practices shows that it isn’t good quality.
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Download this jar, add it to the classpath of your application and execute it. Dunno really, will use com.
Elliott Frisch k 13 89 Third, you can use try catch block with resources to be sure that whatever you have opened is closed if it is close-able.
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What’s ant target that you are using? I’m not sure how to fix this problem Well, the tutorial clearly lacks of explaining that you must add the MySQL connectivity library that provides the class org.
Can you post the stack information of the exception? Driverusually it is com. You should find a better clasd that takes you from beginning to end. This feature is backward-compatible, so no changes are needed to the existing JDBC code.
[Tomcat-users] MySQL driver – java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver
What is the jdbc driver “org. Driver is just provided for org.gjt.mm.mysqp.driver compatibility, it has been com. This question already has an answer here: SparkOn 6, 3 14 The fact that a ‘tutorial’ that was last updated a year ago still uses these outdated practices shows that it isn’t good quality.
If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. Did you put the MySQL jar in the working directory somewhere? Driver driver name and put a mysql-connector jar into your classpath.
It’s probably my lack of knowledge and it could be not much of a problem, but when you are new to it it looks like first world’s problem D:. Driver is out dated. And no, I’m really addressing the execption in the question: Can’t find jdbc driver? It says, my connection is org.gjt.mm.myql.driver and that no suitable driver was found for my localhost.
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I can’t connect to my sql and my driver is not found [duplicate] Ask Question. Jun 25 ’14 at Please try using the com. First, make sure you have an appropriate connector for mysql on your classpath.