Exception in thread “main” java. I’m still getting the same error message. I see that it doesn’t work conveniently. You must quote your classpath if it contains a space. In place of the chart, this error message is displayed:
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Thank you very much for your reply If the driver class cannot be found, it’ll raise a ClassNotFoundException as you experienced. That is all for today. After saving the sqljdbc4. You need to add the jar to the classpath. Comment by Zamir — February 27, 5: Is there a way to create a chart like this in Lumira? Browsing All Articles Articles. SAP Lumira – java class not found in classpath com. I tested with a machine using the latest 1.
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I have not configured the Esri Map Service Use this account is uncheckedas this is not required. You are commenting using your Facebook account. And I’m getting this error when running: Error while loading driver Message: We are currently at Com.sap.db.jdb.cdriver 1. Please type your message and try again.
However, I am unable to make use of the Geo Map chart over our corporate proxyeven though I’ve configured the Network proxy settings in Lumira. Please check network and proxy settings”. I can’t find anything in the Community in regards to connecting to a MySQL database regarding this error message.
I was able to type that driver class name in, but the problem is it doesn’t allow me to associate the name of a database to that driver class, so the database name is empty, and doesn’t appear when I want to Register a new Datastore, not even in the Database Driver dropdown in the Database Connection window. If so, which ones?
Just a request in my cpm.sap.db.jdbc.driver as a moderator. Build path problems should be resolved now. Could not load driver class org. To resolve the error, download the latest jdbc driver for SQL Server from Microsoft website http: Notify me of new posts via email.
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Is it possible my network admin needs to open a port to com.sap.db.jdbc.drver connection to the ESRI cloud server? Step two is to add the driver which you can find under C: We are excited by the possibilities of using geographic charts in Lumira. See if one of the following helps: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
I tried with and without quotes and it’s not working yet.