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isn't a Class name also required. I have tried "com.ddtek.jdbc.openedge.OpenEdgeDriver" with no luck.
Thanks for your reply ! lol
For your information, with OpenEdge 10.0B, it's not these files but just jdbc.jar and progress.jar which are in $dlc/java directory.
Where can I find these 5 jar file ? Are they in the installation cd of progress ?
PS : i use OpenEdge 10.0B
No need to make a new jar, just specify mutliple jars.
I can connect using following settings
DB Type : Generic JDBC
JDBC URL : jdbc:datadirect:openedge://host:port;databaseName=DBNAME
Driver jar : c:\progress\oe101c\java\base.jar;c:\progress\oe101c\java\openedge.jar;c:\progress\oe101c\java\pool.jar;c:\progress\oe101c\java\spy.jar;c:\progress\oe101c\java\util.jar
User name : sysprogress
Password (must not be empty) : ******
Mapping file (I didn't enter this value) : mysql_id
As far as I know the Progress odbc requires 5 jar files, maybe that's the reason for the buggyness
The files are base.jar, openedge.jar, pool.jar, spy.jar and util.jar
Has anyone tried TOS with OpenEdge 10.1 ?
I'm using it through general JDBC but I had to do some major adaptations:
1. The jdbc driver is containes in 3 jar files and TOS does not seems to allow to specify 3 jars for the driver. I combined all the 3 jars into one jar file but this is a really buggy solution.
2. I had to modify a new mapping files because some datatypes were not reconized.
Anybody else had to go through this or had a better solution ?