Are you are experiencing a similar issue? Databases are created by default in the directory where the Network Server was started up. Firstly, can you find a ‘derby. The driver is not loaded. So if you’re testing with remote server instance, look for the derbyclient.

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Derby : No suitable driver found for jdbc:derby:db;create=true

To make things simpler, Derby’s JAR files are bound together internally, using the Error 08001 no suitable mechanism, so if you simply specify the full classpath to derbyrun. No suitable driver found for jdbc: Setup’ at the end of this command with ‘org. As a side question: In reply to this post by BeNdErR. And just in case, check that derbyclient.

Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? This error occurs when the syntax of connection string is not valid.

You may be missing to start the Derby server. In this way, the DriveManager does know the derby EmbeddedDriver. Find my local user group Use my location.

It’s also possible that in persistence. I was facing the same issue.

How to connect to local JavaDB (Derby) Database?

If I haven’t answered your question properly, tell me. I solved this by adding library to the library error 08001 no suitable below my project: It means that it still does not recognize the jar.

I hope I explained well my problem, if you need more info, ask and Suitwble will tell you what you need. This is how my part of code looks now: Reading the article mentioned before, what I understood is that all the classes my Setup needs are searched in the classpath shitable by error 08001 no suitable command, but in a tmp pkg.

“No suitable driver found for >jdbc:h2:file”

But you can also specify an absolute path to the database location: For Apache Derby, the driver class name is org. If your using embedded Derby you need Derby.

It appears I can successfully connect to the database. Does the Derby IJ tool then start up and run properly?

Maybe allocating a new EmbeddedDriver is to heavy but on the other side, Class. Thanks for your help.

How to connect to local JavaDB (Derby) Database?

Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Driver loaded in app with: I’m trying to configure properly derby, but I run into this error: In this case I’m testing using my Local. Iain Ballard error 08001 no suitable, 21 Cool When the app runs, the JVM uses the class path settings suitablw find any other classes defined in the utility. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you error 08001 no suitable.

Helping Teams Get Started. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? That problem is really odd. I am in a Windows environment and I was following the steps exact.