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AAAR, problem with mysql driver location

Question asked by bisana on Dec 11, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 11, 2013 by bisana
Hi All,

I am trying  out AAAR, I have a CE 4.2.d which users MySQL as database. I
have kept the mysql driver on /tomcat/lib" and my alfresco is working properly.
I am using fedora 19 64 bit OS and using package manager I installed jdbc driver for the OS

When I try to install AAAR, it is throwing error message about mysql driver
"- Driver class 'org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver' could not be found, make sure the
'MySQL' driver (jar file) is installed.
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - Check db_type = 'PostgreSql' - org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - Check db_type = 'PostgreSql' -
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - Check db_type = 'PostgreSql' - ]
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - AAAR_Install_MySql - Finished job entry [Check Db
connections] (result=[false])
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - AAAR_Install - Finished job entry [MySql_AAAR_Install]
(result=[false])
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - AAAR_Install - Finished job entry [Check db_type =
'MySql'] (result=[false])
2013/12/11 08:45:35 - AAAR_Install - Finished job entry [Check db_type =
'PostgreSql'] (result=[false])
"
I could understand that, the program is not able to locate the driver file. I
have checked the site and read the  blogs, I was not able to help myself. Can
If you could
post about MysqlDriver location, it would have been much help

Thanks
Joseph John

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