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Cannot resolve reference to b ean ‘transactionAdvice’ while setting bean property ‘nextMethodInterceptor’; nested exception is org. No suitable driver at java. I’m trying to configure properly derby, but I run into this error: I think the GUI tends to be easier to use, but you do tend to need to call that jar file via the windows command prompt to start. Error creating bean with name ‘com.

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

For Apache Derby, the driver class name is 0801. I have a feeling that was just the tip of the iceberg though as I got a new error of ” General error: Cannot resolve reference to be an ‘bufferedIncrementAdvice’ while setting bean property ‘nextMethodInterceptor’; nested exception i s org. Invocation of init met hod failed; nested exception is java. Otherwise, register and sign in.

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N o dialect found java. I often write small scripts to do the setup and to manage switching from one configuration to another, but when I run a Java program, it’s with a complete classpath that is explicit and that I fully understand.

Still have a question? You think i need to specify the complete path I forgot to mension that I have a databse. If you’ve already registered, sign in.

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Start script is located as below: Invocatio n of init method failed; nested exception is java. Cannot resolve reference t o bean ‘indexableAdvice’ while setting bean property ‘nextMethodInterceptor’; nested exception is or g. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.

Thanks — View this message in context: It’s rather outside of the scope of this particular mailing list, but very basically what that does is load that class, allowing it to be registered with the DriverManager, which is where you grab your connection from with the connection string jdbc: Once a derby server starts, it starts listening to default port I think the next thing to try is to get more information about the actual exception that is thrown.

I mentioned that in one of my earlier posts, I dunno if this can help or not. Invocation of init method failed; nes ted exception n java. Learn more about AUGs Groups near you. I faced similar issue and it got resolved by including derby.

In this case just change the url to pointing a path of database. If I haven’t answered your question properly, tell me.

I’m quoting this message from Bryan, that replyed in another thread due to post pending in this thread. In your case, I’d expect to see a database name at the end of the connection string. But you can also specify an absolute path to the database location: Not only does it make the behavior more reliable, it seems less likely to be subject to security problems loading classes from places I didn’t expect.


By following these steps you can then import your previous data into a supported database with the correct database setup.

So I suggest changing your classpath argument to specify the full name of derbyrun. In this case I’m testing using my Local.

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Cannot resolve reference to bean ‘bufferedIncrementAdvice’ while setting bean property ‘nextMethodInterceptor’; nested exceptio n is org. Cannot resolve reference to bean ‘indexab leAdvice’ while setting bean property ‘nextMethodInterceptor’; nested exception is org. Yes, sorry, I didn’t pay close enough attention to that the first time.

While trying to acquire a needed new resource, we failed to succee d more than the maximum number of allowed acquisition attempts 3.