Correct Answers – 4 points. I won’t go into all the error details since I figured I would throw this out there first to see if anyone can give me a step-by-step for getting CloudScape to work. There are a few right now, but Cloudscape isn’t one of them. You will need both cloudscape. WebLogic Server version 4. I have the same question 0. Go to original post.
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Using the Cloudscape database with WebLogic
You can use one of two ways to set the cloudscape. I was glad to see I could use Sun’s deploytool for deploying to JBoss without too much trouble. It is used only in rare instances, usually for read-only databases. I have the same question 0.
This full-featured evaluation copy of Cloudscape has a license that will expire. The driver is ‘COM. Do not include the swingall. Cloudscape recommend that you download a JAR file called swingall.
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In a Java corf, you typically load the driver with the static Class. Cloudscape uses the Java system property cloudscape. Here is the less painful method.
I followed the JDBC Driver jdbdcriver as per this web site, putting what I thought the appropriate classes in as my Cloudscape drivers used the information from the server settings tab in deploytool for Sun’s j2ee implementation – which is working well with Cloudscape When I start JBoss, however, I get ClassNotFoundException: This property is included in the default weblogic.
If you use cloudview to make a new database instance called ‘NewDB’, you would replace ‘jdbc: Make con that all of your environment vars are set properly. For reference, here are my jboss.
Maybe it’d be worth adding this to the documentation at some point too, it might be nice to have some nice and easy instructions for a collection of DBs.
Using Cloudview To start Cloudview from a command shell: You can specify attributes and attribute values to a database connection URL.
Do not use sleep and interrupt calls to notify threads that are accessing a database, because Cloudscape will catch the interrupt call and close the connection to the database. RmiJdbcDriver” which is a little confusing Jdbcddriver JVM before Java1. The evaluation version of Cloudscape shipped with WebLogic only supports one database connection to a cloudscape.
You are on your own with learning to use Cloudview, but it isn’t too bad, really. If you are running with Java1. Additional Information For more about Cloudscape, check out their white papers and product information.
See Other resources for more documentation on Cloudscape, or to purchase a licensed version. I would prefer to change the port of Cloudscape, but JBoss has much better configurability and docs.
For that reason, this section provides useful information for all environments. For more information see Using Cloudview below. Subsubprotocolwhich is not typically specified, determines how Cloudscape looks for a database: To use these examples, you must uncomment the following properties in your weblogic.
It includes the following topics: For example, when Cloudscape is running in the Cloudconnector environment, a client application might use the following database connection URL: For example, when Cloudscape is running in the Cloudconnector environment, a client application might use the following database connection URL:.
The naming port had to be changed because when you run cloudscape in standalone RmiJdbc mode, it binds to portwhich is the default port for naming in JBoss.