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JDBC_28 Failed to create JDBC driver, JDBC driver JAR may be missing

  • 12 October 2021
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This error can occur when the driver name specified in the UI cannot be found.  Review the JDBC Driver Class Name in the Legacy Drivers tab (show Advanced Options → Legacy Drivers).  And review whether the driver is correctly installed.  This field should only be filled in when the JDBC driver is not compliant with the JDBC 4 spec.  Most popular drivers currently implement the JDBC 4 specification, so the JDBC Driver Class Name field does not have to be filled out.   Some of the drivers that support JDBC 4 are MySQL, Postgres, Oracle. 

 

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Install External Libraries

Failed to get driver instance with multiple JDBC connections


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