Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] is there a test
Author Rick Fincher
Hi Daniel,

OK, it looks like you are not using J2EE as I thought from your original
post. Are you just trying to write a Java program to access your database?
Or, do you need to use it to write a web application to use with Tomcat,
JBoss, Websphere, WebLogic, etc.?

If you just need to access a database from a stand-alone Java app you need
to put the JayBird jars in the classpath in some way. You can do this from
the command line with -classpath or you can put the JayBird jar(s) in the
jre/lib/ext directory in whatever directory the Java sdk is installed in.

There are some code examples in the FAQ showing how to access the database
from Java.

If that's not what you need please give more details about what you are
trying to do.


----- Original Message -----

> thanks,
> I'm using FB1.5 classic rc4, on mandrake9.1, j2sdk1.4
> i'm a newbie at this, so please be patient
> I would greatly appreciate a test war file, setting up the datasource.
> Daniel
> At 03:00 PM 7/16/2003 -0400, you wrote:
> >Hi Daniel,
> >
> >Depending on which app server you are using it should be fairly simple to
> >set up employee.fdb as a data source and see if you can grab the schema
> >something similar.
> >
> >I guess we could put a simple app in a war file that would do this as an
> >install check.
> >
> >Which app server are you using?
> >
> >Rick
> >
> >----- Original Message -----
> >
> > > hi all,
> > >
> > > I have just installed my JEE environment. is there a simple
> >test
> > > I can do to verify if my installation is correct?
> > >
> > > I have the employee.fdb that I can use.
> > >
> > > some help would be greatly appreciated.
> > > please
> > > Daniel