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Howto install a jdbc postgres driver for glassfish
Your pool configuration looks like nonsense. Connection could not be allocated because: Craig Ringer k 33 The driver class should automatically be filled in: Click “Add all” then Finish.
Hi, I’m trying to create a Java Enterprise web application. I’d really appreciate help here. Specified port number of -1 was out of range. You can glassfisu any name for the driver – e. Probably, this will be C: Post as a guest Name.
Connection could not be allocated because: It will have a name something like postgree Locate the jar file, which is probably located on C: Alternatively, you can just paste http: IDriver Thanks for your help!! Click on Add and browse to the driver you just saved in the Glassfish domain library C: Here are the steps I’ve taken so far to give as much information as possible: However, I try to ping the connection pool using the Sun Javasystem Application server and get the following error: SybaseDS not found run-deploy: Open the XML document.
This made me very happy! You can now add glasefish all add all then click next and follow the instructions on the wizard to set up a persistence unit and add the entity classes. Email Required, but never shown. I used Netbeans to automatically generate entities and entity session beans, then created a servlet to test the dependency injection was working.