I just installed PostgreSQL 6.3 two days ago. After getting the
postmaster to run without getting the Memory errors that complain
about the IPC stuff, I tried to get my java application running
I was using 6.2.1 and was able to get some of the database
functionality working. But when I run the SAME CODE with the 6.3
base I get an SQLException error. Connection Refused.
I am able to look at the database with the psql interface and
table, when I run my java program to create a database I get the
"Connection Refused" stuff. I made sure that the postgresql.jar
were replaced with the 6.3 versions. No go.
Any advice about this situation. The "Java in a Nutshell" book
suggested looking to see if the port was "on" or "listening." I
that its configured to use port 5432 (the default), but I don't
any way of confirming that the port is listening.
Can anybody help?
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