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If you’ve got the download, you need to sun.jdbc.oxbc.jdbcodbcdriver the jar or classfile somewhere in your classpath and call Class.
Moving the JDBC ODBC bridge from Java 7 to Java 8 | Administration
How to solve java. Thanks alot for the help. This class is required to connect any database using Object database connectivity driver e.
JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver – bcDriver
How do I enable the Tomcat Management Console? How do I modify the Yellowfin startup settings?
sun.jdbc.odbc.jdvcodbcdriver When a class is loaded and initialized in JVM – Ja How do I integrate Yellowfin with my application? Top 5 JQuery books for Beginners and Web developer Why is my Yellowfin Database so large, and what can I do about it?
How to design a vending machine in Java? Almost all major database vendor provides type 4 JDBC driver now days, so its just matter of finding right version and dropping that JAR in classpath.
Is it possible for Yellowfin to interface with Active Directory for authentication? How can I reduce or shrink the size of our Yellowfin log file? If you don’t want or don’t know how to set up a DSN you can use what is called a dynamic DSN in which you specify the database.
Yes you are incorrect. Post as a guest Name. Stacktrace error is missing from Yellowfin log file? In regards to the comment “I read in your forums that the jdbc-odbc bridge is no longer supported in jdk 1.
Moving the JDBC ODBC bridge from Java 7 to Java 8
I read in your forums that the jdbc-odbc bridge is no longer supported in jdk 1. If you haven’t already you might want to spin through the JDBC tutorial. How do I turn on debug logging within Yellowfin?