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before now i was using JBuilder 5 and that can run by itself in JBuilder but now im using JBuilder 7 and with this and the other later versions of JBuilder each jsp & servlet runs through Apache Tomcat in JBuilder. i dont know how to work the JDBC driver using that.

With JBuilder 5 i t worked fine and i even ran my jsp & servlets on a seperate Tomcat. so i know how it works and where to store the driver. im using oracle.

ive tried it with JBuilder 7 and it just wont work. ive added the driver in project prperties, the same i did with Jbuilder 5 and i even tried putting the driver in the Tomcat folder in my JBuilder 7 project.

any ideas?
 
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Bobby,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

What error message are you getting?
 
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