I am attempting to do a custom install with version 3.3.
I am using a mysql database that is located locally on the system. When
I get to the part when the software requests login credentials for the
mysql instance I ensure that I have everything typed in properly, this
is also ensured as I have attempted to do this about a dozen times, and
I keep getting the error "Unexpected exception encountered during
query." Have you seen this error? I am running mysql version 5.0.77.
I received the following feedback from Chris:
I haven't seen this error before. Are there
any other details printed (like a stack trace), or does the error only
say "Unexpected exception encountered during query?". Also,
are you using the MySQL driver that is bundled with the installer, or your
own? Are there any other specific details you can provide? (Are
you using the default JDBC url, and has the database already been created
Unfortunately I am still very wet behind
the ears with Linux. I don't have a stack trace. The error only states
"Unexpected exception encountered during query."
Then it goes back and I
am using the default MySQL driver that is bundled with the installer. I
have created two databases, one as the default and one called fedora_commons.
I have attempted to use the default JDBC url and one that I type in manually.
Both are getting the same exact error message. I have attempted to use
two different users just incase one was bad. Here are the steps that I
am going through:
Here are the steps:
1 - custom
2 - /usr/local/webapp
3- add a password
4 - leave at default (local host)
5 - leave at default (www.example.com/fedora)
6 - leave at default (false)
7 - leave at default (true)
8 - leave at default (false)
9 - leave at default (true)
10 - existingTomcat
11 - /usr/local/tomcat
12 - leave at default (8080)
13 - leave at default (8005)
14 - leave at default (8443)
15 - type in default
16 - leave as default (changeit)
17 - leave as default (JKS)
18 - mysql
19 - leave as default (included JDBC
20 - fedoraadmin
21 - insert password that was created
22 - I have tried using both of the
following. I created the second database and the install created the first.
23 - leave as default (com.mysql.jdbc.Driver)
24 - receive error - Unexpected exception encountered
25 - install starts back to requesting a JDBC driver for
MySQL and steps 19-23 become a never ending loop with the error message
always coming up.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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