I read the pointbase documentation at, http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19518-01/817-7464/817-7464.pdf
And it says,
In order for the database to access this external Java method, the class SampleExternalMethods
must be included in the database CLASSPATH. For PointBase Embedded - Server Option, it
must be in the Server CLASSPATH, but not in the Client CLASSPATH.
The java method can be static or non-static. If it is non-static, connection object will be
established during function invocation, so a non-static member variable of java.sql.connection
and a constructor having parameter java.sql.connection needs to be implemented. If it is static,
the method is called directly and no connection object will be established during function
I setted the POINTBASE_CLASSPATH as mentioned in my previous posts but of no use. Did i miss anything?
Should I create a constructor with a connection parameter? But it says, if java method is static, then no connection object will be established during function invocation. Does this mean, no constructor with connection parameter is needed for static java method too?