Subject Re: Using JCA-JDBC driver
Author rrokytskyy

> That's an output of the program:
> c:\_Stefan\java>java Firebird
> org.firebirdsql.jdbc.FBDriver not found

Fine. In your program you completely ignore the message in the
ClassNotFoundException. This means that if
org.firebirdsql.jdbc.FBDriver uses some class (for example
javax.sql.DataSource), and this class is not found, you will get
ClassNotFoundException too. However, in this case e.getMessage() will
contain the name of the class that was not found.

The easiest way is to print the stack trace with e.printStackTrace()

> I'm using binary version from downloaded from website. I got into
> cvs through the web. But I'm new with CVS and I was not able to
> download anything... :-( That's why I suggested to put some
> examples into website.

Examples were created after the first beta. Also beta 1 that is
available for download it really outdated. It contains some serious
bugs. So, please, use version from a CVS. We are really close to a
new release (RC1), and examples will be included there. As for now I
will upload a today's snapshot of the CVS into the "Files" section of
this group.

> Some step by step example (as with the InterClient) would help a
> lot for all newbies...

I'm not sure if this will happen before RC1, but will be done before
final release.

Best regards,
Roman Rokytskyy