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Re: unset problem and installing jdbc

From: "Dax Duskin" <dax(dot)duskin(at)zsassociates(dot)com>
To: Peter Mount <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk>
Cc: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: unset problem and installing jdbc
Date: 2001-03-13 16:01:46
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Peter..  Thanks for your help..

However, last night i tried unsetting the CLASSPATH and it worked fine, but when
I tried "make jdbc2 jar" i received the same error.  i made sure to echo
$CLASSPATH to make sure there was nothing in it.  It still doesn't like me.
Maybe I need to reset the $CLASSPATH to include the directory of everything that
I'm trying to install?





Peter Mount <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk> on 03/12/2001 02:04:27 PM

To:   Dax Duskin/Evanston/ZSAssociates(at)ZSAssociates
cc:

Subject:  Re: [JDBC]



At 10:52 12/03/01 -0600, Dax Duskin wrote:
>Thanks Peter!
>
>How do I unset my classpath?  I'm not sure what you mean.

Under unix, use:

unset CLASSPATH

same for Windows. Basically you are removing any reference to CLASSPATH to
the shell you are running Ant or more precisely Javac under.

It's an old problem that has occured since I started with JDBC some 3 1/2
years ago. Javac gets confused with some of the class names.

Peter


>Thanks.
>
>Dax Duskin
>
>
>
>
>
>Peter Mount <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk> on 03/12/2001 09:36:31 AM
>
>To:   Dax Duskin/Evanston/ZSAssociates(at)ZSAssociates, pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
>cc:
>
>Subject:  Re: [JDBC]
>
>
>
>At 11:09 08/03/01 -0600, Dax Duskin wrote:
>
> >Hello all.
> >
> >I was hoping someone could help me with the following:
> >
> >I am trying to install jdbc and I am having some trouble.  I am using the
> >Linux-Mandrake Distribution (7.2).
> >
> >First I installed the postgresql-jdbc rpm, but I couldn't find my
> >postgresql.jar
> >file anywhere (that's supposed to happen right?).  Stumped I copied the
> source
> >code into my /opt directory.
> >
> >I entered the directory /src/interfaces/jdbc.
> >I typed make jdbc2 jar and received this error:
> >
> >org/postgresql/Connection.java:1: error:Cannot find type
> >"org/postgresql/Field"
>
>unset you CLASSPATH and try again. A common problem.
>
>Peter
>
>I tried a number of things.  I tried building jdbc1 as well.  and I tried
> >building postgresql myself without using rpms. no luck.  There are 4 jar
> files
> >in my /var/lib/pgsql directory.  jdbc-(versionnum)-.jar  I tried compiling
> >a few
> >java programs using these, but i wasn't able to locate the driver when the
> >programs were run.  What are those 4 jars used for anyway?
>
>One for each type of JVM. Place the one your your JVM version (and only
>one) into your CLASSPATH then try running with it.
>
>PS: In Java you don't compile against a .jar file, you just use it. In fact
>in 90% of use, you don't need the .jar file to be present to compile.
>
>Peter
>
>
> >Thanks in advance.
> >Dax Duskin
> >
> >
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