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How can I resolve the following error when trying to create Hive Data source in Information Designer: Register for an account on the Sybase site.
The jConnect JDBC Driver
My advice would be to: Andrew Sumner 1 3 Documentation for jConnect can also be found on the same page. How can i resolve following error when trying jconhect.jar create a phoenix data source - "The data source type 'ApachePhoenix' is not supported. This has a driver class name of:.
Created May 13, That Sybase was caught in this time warp is one of jconnsct.jar reasons it died the death it so desperately deserved and was begging for. The classes in jConnect are all in com. Convincing them to change their strategy could be difficult.
Where can I download the jconn4.jar for SQLA 16
You must import these classes at the beginning of each source file:. This file is located in your jConnect install location. The jConnect driver is available as a separate download. The data source type 'sybase' is not supported.
You must import these classes at the beginning of each source file: MarcusJuniusBrutus as a developer trying to build an app for Sybase, I find this comment extremely accurate. In order to download at least the latest version of jConnect, you need to "register" an account Cannot connect to data source 'Hive on Spark Sample Connection', due to invalid configuration or that th".
I am getting the following error message when trying to create Sybase Data source in Information Designer. Error initializing data source with name 'test-connection': How to setup data source to Netezza.
If you intend to make your software available in a public Maven repo, jconnect.jaf may need provide instructions on how downstream projects should deal with the jconn. What is the maven repository for jconn4.
jConnect Driver Overview - SAP Connectivity - SCN Wiki
This page provide how you download jconn4. If you are providing your software to 3rd parties, then check what the jConnect license says about this first.
The fact that they have put the downloads behind a "signup" wall suggests that they want to track who is using jConnect for "business reasons".
Jxonnect.jar export it without reading the jConnect license carefully first to check that it is permitted. Cannot connect to data source 'NEXUS', due to invalid configuration or that the data source is not running.