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I'm trying to start up a Derby database through NetBeans 5.0 on Mac OS X in order to test a java program which I'm developing on a Windows machine.
However, whenever I select the "Start Derby Server", I keep getting a dialog stating that the "Derby location is not set correctly".
I have placed the Derby.jar file in the System Library/Java/Extensions folder, as recommended by Apple, and have also added it to Class Libraries in Netbeans, all to no avail thus far. The rest of the program minus the database works fine under Netbeans.
I'm using Netbeans 5.0 with Mac OS X 10.4.6.
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
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This would probably get better exposure to Netbeans users in the IDEs forum, so I've moved this there.
 
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