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How to configure the datasource using JDBCtemplate (Spring)

 
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Hi Nimu Chox,

Welcome to CodeRanch!

Please TellTheDetails. What this xml file is about? Are you deploying any web application? Is it servlet/jsp or ejb? Either way, it does not seem to be 'beginning java' question.

We have dedicated forums for servlet, jsp, jdbc and ejb. You can request moderator to move this topic to appropriate forum.

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How to request the mediator to move the previous post to the right forum???....
 
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In this case, the quickest way is to use the button in your own post and write your request to move the topic into the messagebox that appears.

You can also contact a forum moderator directly: at the forum page (eg. here) is a list of moderators for that forum. Click on individual moderator's name and use the PM button to send him/her a message.

I'll move your question to the Spring forum, as it seems the best suited for your question.
 
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Thanks, hoping for some help soon...I cant move forward with the project as I am stuck...
 
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and your questions is? How to configure data source?
 
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Sorry for not being clear with my question, I am getting the error shown in the XML attached in this post. And yes my question in general is "how connect/configure to the datasource using JDBC template?". Thank you in advance.
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It's better to avoid posting screenshots where a text would do; for reasons see PostTextNotScreenshots.

However, in this particular case, the file in the screenshot is different from the file you posted in your question. The <bean> tag is not closed, and the error message in the screenshot says so. What happens when you restore the contents of the file you've initially posted in this thread?
 
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I restored the properties that I sent intially in the thread...I close tag <bean/> but the error is still there.. plus another error that "cannot resolve property driverClassName". Please help? Could there be something wrong in the XML file...

 
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The configuration looks correct. Maybe in something in the way your IDE is setup, that's causing those error to show up. Do you have any issues when you actually run the code?

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Ref:
https://github.com/SpringSource/spring-batch/blob/master/spring-batch-samples/src/main/resources/data-source-context.xml
 
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Download the apache commons DBCP http://commons.apache.org/dbcp/download_dbcp.cgi and add it to your classpath. If you are using maven you can add the Dependency in your POM
 
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