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Sign up using Facebook. Thanks for the help. Class whose forName threw this java.
Most probably you should add to your build path. This content has been marked as final. I have attached the eclipse project.
See also the documentation here. Please type your message and try again. Are you sure HSQL is successfully installed on your system? One thing you can try to make that this is the actual problem, is using dev: Use the one or the other.
Sign up using Email and Password. What I did was create the simplest spring hibernate bundle that I can. It appears that the second dbcp you listed was already activated in my setup.
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Here’s a good link: At some point, ite encourages me to try a manual DataBase connection with the following class:. As is looks now it could be seen as a comment on Javier-del-Castillo ‘s answer, an be deleted. Then I was able to make some head way.
For me, the problem was in the classpath. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Can you make sure that you don’t have multiple dbcp bundles in your container e. You can follow my answer in this post to play with hsql server. excepttion
Another thing to try, would be using our commons-dbcp bundle implementations instead of the springsource one: And my step by step answer will help anyone java.lang.classnotfounddxception he is not a developer. I just created a program in C: It appears to me that it should be working. I’d rather see them post too much stacktrace than too little.