Learn from thousands of community experts Get answers to your technical questions Share your knowledge with peers 1,, I still didn’t test this. I have the same question 0. Any source that uses JDBC needs to import the java. Does anybody know an opensource jdbc driver for use with Visual Fox Pro database dbf file? I’ll Post my code to make you understand completely. Thanks in advance Edited by:
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Ajeesh 1, 2 15 After the driver has been registered with the DriverManager, you can obtain a Connection instance that is connected to a particular database by calling DriverManager.
Indicates the delayed seconds for close transaction. When your code then tries to open a Connection, and you get a No driver available SQLException being thrown, this is probably caused by the driver not being in the class path, or the JDBC url not being correct.
Lots of thanks for both cotton. I feel this data is not particularly important, atm, as my “internal customer” initially asked me to replicate those tables into SQLserver using a windows scheduled job You can not post a foxpo message. Sign up using Email and Password.
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So you would have to pay money for it however outside of that this is probably the easiest solution and best fits everything else you’ve talked about. DBFDriverand you can uses it without involving hard coding the driver into your code.
You can use null, true, false. But I always used and would prefer either an open source driver, or an official driver, but it seems they both don’t exist for this data source, I would trust better those Can I use the bridge it to connect remotely from a Linux System?
To do this, you use the DriverManager. This is also why, as I wrote above, even a “workaround” would fit in my planned usage: Thank you, it is also less expensive, I will keep that in mind Maybe the easiest and portable way is non-free JDBC, but I will study all the ways and I’ll post the adapted solution for the costumer Thanks again.
RaviThapliyal they still work with it in my company: Why do you feel you want such a thing?
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So I think your customer needs to pick the option above that best meets the requirements. As far as the Linux part of this goes You can use “throw” throw an SQLException”ignore” continue to load table when memo file is missing.
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If that value is incorrect, uing the directory of JDBC url.