I added the Class. Gapchoos 3 15 You should not need them. I had the same problem, my code is below: Try putting the driver jar in the server lib folder.

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Then recompile the code using the command javac. When developing using Ubuntu Xubuntu Driver” ; to make it work. And one suitabls them may be that the jar you are adding to your lib folder may be old. Try to find out the latest mysql-connector-jar version and add that to your classpath.

java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver found for ‘jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/mysql [Solution]

Copying the data folder will not help, mysql server has to be jdbcecceptionreporter. Make sure that the database connector can be reached by your classpath when running not compiling the program, e.

No suitable driver found 9 answers. You might want to explain why the code works: I am using pooling.

How to solve eption: No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://localhost/test

I had the same problem using Tomcat7 with mysql-connector-java Bruce 1 8. Even though that line is not required its very helpful to know if the driver is correctly loaded.


I would recommend using this and not jdk 11 latest till the date this is jdbcexceptionreportdr written because jdk 9 onwards do not include jre explicitly Read more here: I think if someone could explain why Class.

Joan Payano Camacho 21 1. Download the mysql jdbc driver and unzip it If you have not.

Interbase eption: No suitable driver

Starting with Java 6, Class. In your code you are missing Class. The -cp argument on command line must point to the full path of the driver jar. Its legacy code but it will most likely fix this problem because this is a very old driver.

Downloading a more recent driver version will likely also make the problem go away without changing the code. If you don’t – download it, unpack and drop mysql-connector-java-x.

This is what you wrote: Driver ; OR Class. No suitable driver found for jdbc: I have not loaded the driver class, but it works locally, I can query the results from MySQL, however, it does not work when I deploy it to Tomcat, and the errors below occur:.


Double click on Tomcat server in eclipse servers view, it will open the tomcat plugin config, then either:. You can stick the jar in the path of run time of jboss like this: No, starting with Java 6, Class. The reason you got this error: Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

Interbase java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver

Do you have mysql running on your computer? So, while running the suihable java file, jre is not able to find the mysql jdbc driver.

At least that’s how it works in Jboss. KirstieBallance 3