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I followed a kind of amalgam between the instructions found here and here. You can checkout this playground project of mine for a solution implementing what is described here. Happy you find a workaround.
The SQL Server error log shows the following: Thank you for your insights. We have 2 possible case for jdbc driver: Hoping it helps to give you a clear idea of what is happening.
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The correct config in your case should be: The JBoss server is a piece of excrement as attested by the kboss that if you decided to comment out a section in the standalone.
However, I am not sure one has to go all the way there and whether the directory structure is not just a convention to ensure segregation of modules. Thank you for your advice.
Setup MSSQL datasource on Jboss AS 7 using jTDS
I’ve also noticed some random changes in the standalone. You can not post a blank message. Let me explain better why JTDS is not working with your config. jbos
I corrected the connection string: Inside it I’ve put the jtds The configuration of jvoss datasource may require two distinct steps: However now it all works. Driver … which spells out the class name of the driver, in our case: This will be my next try.
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Answered in comments and edits. Furthermore, in my particular case, the database I was trying to connect to was a Sybase ASE 15 or 16, am not sure at the moment so the exotic factor is high. I’ll have a look if it is possible to have an exception easier to jbods and understand. I don’t know if that made any difference or not.
At the moment I’m nboss with the datasource. So, the problem should be that I’m not using the proper database name.