Wolfgang Kluge wrote:
> Thanks for the reply.
> I tried your suggestion - and I still get the error message "Check
> your URL".
> I then tried all the possible variations of / and \ with the same
> Then I tried all the suggestions given by the driver example in the
> JayBird driver with the same result.
> I simply have no clue where I messed up the system and the fact, that
> I am new to java programming also is of not much help.
> Do you have any suggestions where I should look for the wrong
Look very closely at this part of the URL:
Additionally, for your driver definition you chose
"org.firebirdsql.jdbc.FBDriver" as the class name, right?
And included the jars firebirdsql.jar and mini-j2ee.jar in the
classpath, yes ? (In the "Extra Class Path"
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