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Instead of using Glassfish, I recommend you using Payara , that is a fork from Glassfish, well maintained and without that horrible bugs. Use the create-jdbc-connection-pool 1 subcommand to create the JDBC connection pool, specifying the database connectivity values provided to you. Oracle GlassFish Server 3. I’ve been receiving the following exception from the server log when I try to deploy and run the EAR project:. Driver you can choose any other but by now is the simplest option.

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The database is called booreg The code for creating this tables is: I have the same problems that users have written before me, and I discoveredafter some researchthat the new version of Glassfish is no longer able to do these thingsespecially if you use NetBeans as the IDE.

How to setup a JDBC connection in Glassfish

Be sure that you Glassfish server is stopped before going on. Put the following strings into the Java class of your application code: This site uses cookies.

Now, you can deploy your Java application to the created Jelastic PaaS environment and enjoy the benefits of GlassFish and Payara connection pooling! From googling, the common solution to this is to copy the jar file mysql-connector-java DataSource” error was, I believe, caused by an incorrect setting for the jdbc pooling on the glassfish server.


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You should see your screen like similar to this two images: Then, as the application is used over time, you can set a variety of JDBC connection pool features to optimize performance. Configuring JDBC pool connection for your application server can reduce delays and resource consumption add to servicing each individual request.

How to setup a JDBC connection in Glassfish | Computing @ 40’s

Initial and Minimum Pool Size Set a zero value on this parameter. SQLServerDriver cannot be cast to javax. The details about the database that the application uses are as follows: Our objectives will be: Login to the GlassFish or Payara Admin panelusing credentials from the appropriate email.

Creating a JDBC connection pool for the resource. Actually I am taking a course on Web Services and the instructor has that setup which I am trying to build on my personal machine for practice.

JDBC Connection Pool for GlassFish and Payara Java Application Servers

I am using JDK 8u with this version of Glassfish. Click Finish to save the values. The assumptions for this example are as follows: Create a connection pool sdd the following properties: Driver you can choose any other but by now is the simplest option.


Set the next additional properties: I’m guessing the jar is misplaced?

Sign up using Facebook. DataSource I’m using the same jar file as exists for the server. You can find it here. This is one of that kind of things that can be a challenge for beginners but, at last, is really simple, easy and fast to do.

The nightly builds does not have the error logs turned on by default for some reason. Quick Start for Basic Features. I’m using the same jar file as exists for the server. Jelastic uses cookies and pixels on the website to improve your visit.

Such implementation allows reusing database connections cached in the aadd.