Re: JDBC driver and CachedRowSet error: No suitable driver
Posted by: Mark Matthews
Date: April 26, 2005 10:36AM

Thomas Mayr wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm trying to update and store changes made in a
> cached row set (class CachedRowSet) from SUN's
> reference implementation (jdbc_rowset1.0prd2-ri)
> with an updatable result set created from the
> JDBC driver version 3.1.8. When the method
> acceptChanges() is called an SQL exception with
> the
> error message "No suitable driver" is thrown. Are
> there any intensions by MySQL to make the driver
> suitable?
> Regards Thomas


No suitable driver means that the driver manager can't find a driver that matches the URL, which either means the URL has a syntax error, or the classloader can't find the classes for the JDBC driver in question.

I'm sorry, but without further information, I would have to say that this is a CachedRowset bug. How are you trying to update the rowset? Is it disconnected?


Mark Matthews
Consulting Member Technical Staff - MySQL Enterprise Tools

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