NB installer 04023 (standard)
1. rebooted machine, created EE5 project
2. started DB server from Tools menu. ok:
Apache Derby Network Server - 10.2.1.0 beta started and ready to accept
connections on port 1527 at 2007-04-23 21:54:06.375 GMT
(also: netstat shows tcp port 1527 is listening)
3. in runtime tab, databases/drivers/ see sample and travel .
right click on travel, get connect dialog and provided travel password
get Error dialog:
Unable to establish a connection to jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/travel using
org.apache.derby.jdbc.clientDriver (DERBY SQL error: SQLCODE :-1 SQLSTATE:
XJ040, SQLERRMC: failed to start database 'travel', see the next exception for
Same for connect attempt to sample app/app db.
Attaching connection for log.
Created attachment 41506 [details]
Exception stack from failed connect to sample app, travel db
is this with a new userdir or reusing?
This could be caused by the beta version ("10.2.1.0 beta") you are using. Try
updading to a stable version of Java DB. You can register it in Tools - Options
- Advanced Options - Server and External Tool Settings - Java DB Database - Java
DB Location. Or you can just start with a clean userdir on JDK 1.6.0 final.
This is with a new userdir, not importing any settings.
My jdk is 1.6.0-rc-b100.
I removed.netbeans-derby and -.netbean-derby.bak too prior to
starting IDE with new userdir. Java DB started ok , but after
typing password to connect still failed (same error). Can I
re-direct the default .netbeans-derby to a different location?
b100 is not the final build of JDK 6. Please use either the final build of JDK 6
or the final build of JDK 6 u1.
Upgraded to jdk1.6_01; removed .netbeans-derby;
started with fresh userdir, no import settings.
It worked! Thanks. Got connected to both sample
app and travel. Closing.