Driver sybasejtds user secret false false false. There is an answer in SO that asserts that it’s possible to define datasources in a standard container-agnostic way, but when I tried to implement that solution I failed. Email Required, but never shown. See Question with no answers, but issue solved in the comments or extended in chat. Let me explain better why JTDS is not working with your config.
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Inside it I’ve put the jtds I am trying to move from JBoss 6 to JBoss 7 and am running into a few difficulties. I could obviously have just elected to define the datasource directly in the XML file however, the GUIs option to test the connection is nice. I corrected the connection string: The correct config in your case should be: At the moment I’m stopped with the datasource.
I’m fighting with this problem for several days and I has not been able to solve it.
Setup MSSQL datasource on Jboss AS 7 using jTDS
Do the SQL Server logs show anything? Driver sybasejtds user secret false false false.
The remaining levels are taken from the package structure inside the driver’s JAR all the way to the sub-package where the JDBC driver class is defined. I did try both of these options and continued to receive the same error message. I’ll post an update.
I finally got back to working on this. Your connection settings appear okay from a quick glance. The definition of the datasource resulted in further changes in file EAP The SQL Server error log shows the following: Answered in comments and edits.
JBoss – SQL Server – Datasource configuration (JTDS) – Stack Overflow
You can checkout this playground project of mine for a solution implementing what is described here. You have to put there the vendor class implementing java.
The element for the h2 driver was already there, I just added the one about the sybasejtds driver. I tried changing the JDBC driver as you recommended, but discovered that it still does not work.
Setup MSSQL datasource on Jboss AS 7 using jTDS | hs2n Blog
Apparently the JDBC driver in JBoss has to be installed as a “module” in the server which is unfortunate as it decreases my options in terms of scripting and cannot be captured in source control. The JBoss server is a piece of excrement as attested by the fact that if you decided to comment out a section in the standalone. You have to deploy it as module and you have to specify driver-class in standalone.