I think it's a matter of Mac OS X, though
I'm not a user of it. Did you try to use
the followings as the JDBC driver's path ?


Hope this helps you,

-----Original Message-----
From: SebDel 
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 11:42 PM
To: axis-user-ja@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: Axis-1.4 - JDBC Driver - Mac OS X


Did your ever find the solution to this problem?
I am experiencing the exact same issue.

I have been running the setenv.sh script that comes
with Axis so that the complete path to the MySQL driver
JAR file is included in the environment variable
AXIS2_CLASSPATH but it doesn't work, Axis doesn't
seem to find the JAR file.

Thank you for your input,


ntrebon wrote:
> I am trying to set up a simple web service example on my local machine 
> that can access a mysql database.  No matter what I do, I cannot get 
> the server code to load the jdbc driver (I get ClassNotFound exceptions).
> When I run a plain java app that uses the driver, the app can 
> successfully query the database.  Currently, my server code prints out 
> my classpath, and the jar file is not in the classpath that the server 
> code uses.  I have tried placing the jar file various places, but it 
> is never found.  I have tried tomcat/common/lib, 
> tomcat/webapps/axis/WEB-INF/lib/, tomcat/shared/lib/, etc.  When I try 
> the fingerprint.jsp page within axis, I see that the jar is listed 
> under the webapp jars section.  Any ideas?  A colleague was able to 
> get my example working under Gentoo.  Is this an OS X thing?
> Here's my details:
> Max OS 10.4.6
> Apache Tomcat 5.5.17
> Apache Axis 1.4
> mysql-connector-java-3.1.13-bin.java

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