On 20/04/2012 18:51, Alexander Thurgood wrote:
Check the permissions on your /software folder and also the permissions
on the hsqldb folder and any files in it. The jar file at least, needs
to have the executable bit set.
OK - one step at a time I guess....
I checked the permissions on the three .jar files and found that the 'x'
setting was not checked so I made them all wide-open. Now when I go to
'Class Path' I can "see" them and select one.
(BTW - except for the one I put in in my 'software' folder the other two
must have been put there by LO). I selected the one in 'software' (ver
2.2.8 - hsqldb.jar)
As I now want to try the external-linked way of running Base I selected
to "Create a New Database'. Base opens but says .....
a) I'm still using the embedded Database.
b) And I get an error box that says ... "The connection to the data
source <DB Name> could not be established.
The driver class 'org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver' coud not be loaded. The
additional driver class path is
Some more assistance please!!!
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