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set the classpath in the administrator to look where your jar files are and then restart the server. You should then be able to access the classes.
>> [Macromedia][Oracle JDBC Driver] Error establishing socket. Connection Refused: connect
I can't help with the Oracle connection but from the error CF is obviously finding "a" driver. Otherwise you'd be getting a class not found exception.
Sorry JohnEric, this was kind of a continuation of another post, so I left info out...
Well, except now I get... a blank page... and when I look at the source it stops at the <td> where my <cfscript> starts.
So... classpath good, now off to the logs I suppose. Any suggestions are good, but with no error, well... the mystery begins.
I will keep you posted!
Logs? We don't need no stinkin' logs! ;-)
Does it capture anything if you put everything in a try/catch block?
Sorry I went MIA, I was writing the tech part of a feasibility study of integrating coldfusion and java... in the middle of trying to learn how some of this works, but why do things in order right? :-)
So, the cftry cfcatch caught nothing. I will be checking logs now. I have no idea where it is falling out. I might post the code later if I get in the mood to retype it.
I also wrote this little class to test weblogic, which works for about 15 min then shuts the weblocig server down with an UnsupportedClassVersion Error... ???
Thanks and take care,
Yes, the logs are probably your best bet. If not, try debugging a few lines of code at a time. If it runs at least one line, add some debugging lines to see where it breaks.
>> I also wrote this little class to test weblogic, which works for about 15 min then
>> shuts the weblocig server down with an UnsupportedClassVersion Error... ???
Was the class compiled with the correct java version? You can have problems if you compiled for 1.5 and are trying to use the class on a lower jvm like 1.4.