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How to create a datasource in RAD

 
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Hi All,

I looked at this link, http://www.webagesolutions.com/knowledgebase/waskb/waskb001/index.html on how to create a datasource on WSAD. I am trying to do the same in RAD, but when I double click on the server in RAD, in the server configuration window, I do not see datasouce tab at all. Can somone tell me how to create a datasource in RAD?

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[ October 20, 2008: Message edited by: Arjun Reddy ]
 
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You want to create a data source in one of the servers? Then right-click on the server and run the administrative console. Then create a data source exactly as you would create it in a real server.
 
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whe the server is running right click and goto server admin console. go past the login screen and click on links on the LHS. U will see JDBC provider. You should be able to create data source
 
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Um thanks guys. I started the server and then I did right click on it and then I ran administrative console. Now I guess I have to click on Connecting to a database under the guided activities right? Guys, If anybody has come across any nice online material regarding this, can you post the link here?

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Select Deployment Descriptor from your enterprise application project. Go to the Deployment tab. add the Datasource for JDBC provider.

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