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Graham Pearson
Posted: 11/27/2004, 5:01 AM

I am trying to get codecharge studio 2.3 to connect to my database
via JDBC for the first time and not getting anywhere. I am wanting
the design and server side to both be with JDBC which will allow my
developement to mimic the server environment.
Does anyone have a basic guide on how to connect CCS to the database
via JDBC? When I try to build the connection the Data Link Properties
does not have anything that allows me to enter the JDBC Settings. Do
I have to acquire a archive that I have missed someplace that will
allow this to happen. This is the first time I have tried to connect
Codecharge Studio with JDBC and searching the archives I have not
found enough information to handle this without assistance.

Posts: 5971
Posted: 11/27/2004, 3:25 PM

Please do not use JDBC for the design connection and try ODBC instead.
The "design" means only that CodeCharge Studio will use this connection to show you the tables in CodeCharge Studio. It is not related to the development or server environment.
Only the "server" connection can be used for the developement app to mimic the server environment. So you would only need to change the "server" connection when switching the servers, and always use JDBC for both the local and server connection.
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