I’m working with the developers to upgrade. On all associated processes that contain classpath information, the following file is part of the classpath: Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Mar 12 , 6: Log in or register to post comments reads. Sign up using Facebook.

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Tomcat fighting me, can not get a database connection. Thanks for your help, resumer, and to everyone else who responded as well.

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JDBC and it’s driving me batty. Javax.naming.namingexce;tion are honestly the best! When I do that I get this error in the bonita. What does ‘ps -ef’ tell you about the java process’s actual classpath, -Dcatalina.

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Since I was getting no output of any kind before it was very difficult to troubleshoot the issue, but now I have a stacktrace and it appears that the webapp does not have access to registter jdbc driver in its classpath when it is deployed.

I am using this tutorial to set up pooling for JDBC.


Javad.naming.namingexception Required, but never shown. I’m running linux and launching using an rc. These have separate subreddits – see below. The system is using Sun Java 1. As the JDBC driver is also there, it will be seen.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide. The jmxproxy servlet is working – when I go to the URL http: Want to add to the discussion?


When looking again today in the logs, I saw this when restarting tomcat: Failed to register in JMX: As the user that Tomcat runs as can you cd into the lib folder and unzip sqlite-jdbc. Looking into the processes themselves it appears that the file is, in fact, included in the classpath.

JDBC I don’t think this is it, but it might be worth a shot, when you OP copied in the jar, did you to chown it to tomcat: After many hours of struggling with the issue, I updated my jdk to the latest version, which allowed me to finally get some error messages out of my tomcat server. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

As I mentioned elsewhere I ran into a javax.naming.anmingexception where the solution to this exact issue was “upgrade the jdk” and it worked for everyone in the thread. Mar 134: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.


I suspect I’ve got enough info now to fix the issue but, as Comm.mysql.jdbc.driver said, I haven’t had time to toy with it yet. Misspelling of classpath of driver, etc. I get the same errors. This may help but it’s not really tomcat specific.

Also check if the jar is not corrupt. Post as a guest Name.

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Error while initializing the Engine org. And what is this jar that I’m adding in and why is there very little documentation about it? Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Recreate DB or just create a new DB with different name and grants privileges to user account – make sure to change the DB configration if you change the DB name.

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