Subject Re: Jaybird deploy problem: ”No suitable driver”
Author lbhifi
--- In, Mark Rotteveel <Avalanche1979@...> wrote:
> If all classes are in your jar, then it should usually work. You might
> want to check if you actually have all Firebird classes (and
> dependencies). Could you describe the exact layout of the jar file?
> Note that it is usually better to keep external libraries in their own
> jar files, and reference them using the Class-Path entry in the manifest.
> --
> Mark Rotteveel

Before I describe the layout, I would like to persue a different lead. I just tried to create a new database connection using JDevelopers tool for that, and when I test the connection I get the same "No suitable driver" error.