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RE: InstantDB: IDB Driver name


Hi Christian
--- Christian Cryder <christian.cryder@lutris.com>
wrote:
> Hi Helge,
> 
> Actually it should. The Servlet 2.2 spec states that
> any .jar file in the
> /lib directory will be loaded when the web app
> starts. I have verified that
> idb.jar is in this directory (and that the jar does
> in fact contain the
> driver class). 

I would try Helge's suggestion.  Either add to the
classpath environment or modify the tomcat startup
scipt to add InstantDB to the class path.  Tomcat will
echo the classpath on startup.

>I also have another jar file in the
> lib directory, and it is
> getting loaded, so I'm 99.9% sure it is in fact
> already in the classpath.
> 

It probably doesn't help to have the InstantDB jar in
context.  My experience with Tomcat is Class.forName()
fails for classes in the context unless you provide
Tomcats's class loader.

Regards, george

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