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This is the driver to use if you have jdk 1. Below is the error. Add a new user account to your SQL server database. What is more, I’m not a client who is connected to Windows Home Server U have almost saved my job. So that is fine, I was certain there would jaseprserver a quick and easy document on how add SQL as a database.
Alberto Morillo 6, 1 7 Sorry, but I still have problem with JasperReports Server. Jun 30 – It throws an exception with message “SQL Server supports holdability at the connection level only, use the connection. Adding additional notes for benefit of others because I ran into different issues.
For the driver put this: Go and find the sqljdbc4. This may make jaspersercer difference. Please visit this documentation. It has been an extreme source of frusturation for me to jasperserveer things done.
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I download mysql jdbc drivers and uploaded to jasperserver too. Your mode of telling everything in this paragraph is really pleasant, all be able to easily understand it, Thanks a lot. Thankyou — very helpful.
I had to change a property at the database level to enable access by both SQL Server authentication and Windows authentication.
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Wow that was easy once I figured it out. Put it under the very first lib you see as you expand tomcat root. I had to change a property at the database level to enable access by both SQL Server authentication and Windows authentication.
Thx for Ur help. Yes, same scenario only I’m using versus I feel that the problem was keeping two sqldbc. But that should not jaspersrrver. You have to use a different JDBC driver if you have an earlier version of jdk.
JasperServer Repository MS SQL Server 2008
Make sure you put the. This fixed my problems!
Exactly, there was a problem with no password for the user who wanted to connect to DB via Jaspersoft. Have you restarted the JasperServer Service? What is more, should driver be: Sign up or log in Sign up using Jasperesrver. I’m logged in, have an administratives privileges and I use Windows Home Server localy, not remotely