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CVS version and database drivers

 
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I followed instructions and downloaded cvs version of jforum.
but there's no database drivers, where can I download them from ?

I tried to use drivers from stable version of jforum, but it doesn't work.

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Ilia Chipitsine
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Which database and OS are you trying to use? I just got MySQL working off of CVS head under Linux with just the MySQL-server and MySQL-client RPMs.


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it's pretty strange asking for OS version in case of Java ;-)
Java is OS itself,

I'm running jdk-1.4.2_06 on FreeBSD-5.2.1,

CVSROOT is :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:2401/cvs
module name is "jforum",

80-237-204-28# ls postgresql/
CVS security
80-237-204-28#

80-237-204-28# ls hsqldb/
CVS
80-237-204-28#

so, hsql and postgresql is just missing
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Here's my poke around my checked-out copy of jforum:



This is all from something I checked out a couple of days ago. I'm not sure why you're seeing something different.
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hmm, there're files in "dao", but somehow tomcat wants to see files in "drivers"
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oops, editing jforum-custom.conf seems help.
thanks :-)
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