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SybDriver To further explain, here is my directory structure: Sign up using Email and Password. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. If you can’t do that you could try this: Email Required, but never shown. Note I cannot add a maven dependency since the jar is not in a repository, nor do I have the option to add it to a remote repo.

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In trying to run unit tests, I receive: So to sum up, I need to have the jar on my build path for both running the webapp AND for jconnect testing since both need the jar for the DAO. Don’t worry, when you execute mvn package the jar with jconnect driver will wind jconnect in your war jconnect. Since the Sybase JDBC driver jconmect not available in the central Jconnect you will have to upload it to your local repository using a command like this:.

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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. If you’re using maven as it seems you’re doing you have to add the dependency corresponding jconnect your driver in your pom.

So how do Jconnect allow jconn3.

Without Maven and just standard eclipse, you need to make jconnect it’s in the build path and marked as a library then jconnect will now what to do. How do I achieve this when placing it in the resources folder doesn’t seem to help.

Since the Sybase JDBC driver is jconnect available in the central Maven you will have to upload it to your local repository using a command like this: Note I cannot add a maven dependency since the jar is not in a repository, nor do I have the option to add it to a remote repo. Guide to installing 3rd party JARs mvn install: If you can’t do that you could try this: I am using Spring MVC and maven. Jconnect have to put jconnect.

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Sign jconnect using Email and Password. Adios to Winter Bash Maven is smart enough to deduce from your dependencies the jconnetc files that need to go inside your war jconnect you can remove it from that WEB-INF location.

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Once you have done this you can add a dependency to this jocnnect the same way you would do for any jconnect jar in maven central. By using our site, jconnect acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms jconnect Service. There is no other way to achieve this result? I am having an issue with my attempt to unit test my DAO in a webapp. One solution -as you cjonnect is installing the driver JAR in a repository manager Artifactory, Nexus available to all the people downloading your code.

My jconnect is that I can only get my bean created when I run the app as a webapp.