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Hi,

After installing the JForum ver 2.1.8, I made a dsn for a SQL server database. On the Install.jsp page, I chose the JDBC option and gave details for the SQL server database.

Following are the my selections:
Database Type: hsqldb
Connection Type: JDBC

Followed by the database details. (name/ password)

Now, I want to see the data stored by the forum at the backend, query the tables and stuff.

But I'm unable to locate the tables where data is being stored. Can anyone please give me the path where the data will be stored?

[originally posted on jforum.net by pg_smh]
 
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pg_smh wrote:Hi,

After installing the JForum ver 2.1.8, I made a dsn for a SQL server database. On the Install.jsp page, I chose the JDBC option and gave details for the SQL server database.

Following are the my selections:
Database Type: hsqldb
Connection Type: JDBC


Are you using an hsqldb DB server? That is what you have selected ...
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Well...I have no idea about HSQLDB server, I didn't install it, I just installed the JForum and selected database type as "hsqldb" and now I'm having no idea where my data is being stored, as the forum is up and running and everything is working fine, just that I'm clueless about the backend data management.
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I don't ever use HSQLDB ... I did a "search" for HSQLDB, and here is the return:
http://www.jforum.net/jforum.page?module=search&action=search&search_keywords=HSQLDB&match_type=all&search_forum=&sort_by=relevance

Hopefully you can find your answer there.

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Thanks for the help GatorBait, I can't fiddle with the data, but at least I have some sorta understanding now.
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