I would like to request help with JDBC, Tomcat and the J2EE server. I have figured out how to connect a servlet running in Tomcat 4.0 to a Filemaker database using Filemaker's JDBC drivers: // Class.forName("com.fmi.jdbc.JdbcDriver"); fmpConnection = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:fmpro:http://127.0.0.1:80"); // Now I'm trying to use the drivers in a web application (CMP, session facade - much along the lines of Sun's Duke's Bank app) in the free J2EE server downloadable from Sun. When I try to 'Generate Default SQL' in the 'deployment settings' for the CMP that uses the driver (via JNDI), an error dialogue box displays "java.sql.SQL.Exception: Feature Not Supported". No default sql is generated. This web app works all right with MySQL. I was wondering if someone out there could offer some advice on how to interpret the error message.