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jdbc configuration 2 years 10 months ago #15315

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Hello I'm testing the trial version (before buying) with a JDBC source and I have a message: "class etl_tools_jdbc not found".
Where can I find some help/doc to configure the jdbc ?

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jdbc configuration 2 years 10 months ago #15316

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The only way we can help is connect directly to you brain and look at the screen through your eyes.
That way we will see the product name you are talking about.

Anyway please follow the forum rules before posting than we will help you
Mike

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jdbc configuration 2 years 10 months ago #15317

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Oups sorry.

Here are the information:
Application Name: Qlikview connector (trial)
Version number: 3.4.2.8
Operation system version : Windows 8.1 64 bits
Database version: IBM DB2 v9

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jdbc configuration 2 years 10 months ago #15318

I had similar problems and that was became the software was not able to find jdbc driver.
Once I have copied the file all started to work as expected





Please keep us posted on your progress
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jdbc configuration 2 years 10 months ago #15319

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Thank you so much it's working with a postgres database.

For db2 I still have an issue : a box display "Done!" and don't display the list of the tables under the tab "Source data" see attached
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You can always write select statement to get the data

Anyway have specified the default schema?

jdbc:db2://mserver:50007/MYDB7T:currentSchema=MySchema;
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