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New Oracle JVM update released, July 16 2019 Charlie Arehart said: Hakan? [more] New Oracle JVM update released, July 16 2019 Charlie Arehart said: I just tweaked my previous comment, to add the first point now shown there. [more] A veteran server troubleshooter (for Cold Fusion, Lucee, Tomcat, and more), Charlie Arehart is a longtime contributor to the community and recognized Adobe Community Professional.How to solve common problems with applying Cold Fusion updates (in 10 and above) Sung said: Hi Charlie -- I'd be grateful if you might want to comment on this? He's written nearly 100 articles for the Adobe CF Community Portal, CFDJ, Fusion Authority Quarterly Update, Adobe Dev Center, Community MX and more, as well as hundreds of blog entries.(Note that while they may show how to look at some particular driver, like SQL Server, you can--and would need--to change what they show to look at whichever driver you are interested in.More on that below.): Second, I said above that you would need to use the name of the driver you really mean to look at, which may be different than what their example show.After installing WEKA 3.8.0 with the default settings, download and install the Microsoft JDBC 4 driver.Please remember the path and file name of the driver as it is needed in the next step.In this tip we will step through the process of connecting WEKA 3.8.0 to SQL Server 2016 on Windows 10.
When I ran it on CF7, though, it got an error trying to check the My SQL driver. So the final version would be:c:\Cold Fusion2016\jre\bin\java -cp C:\Cold Fusion2016\cfusion\lib\macromedia_sqlserver.In this tip, the installation program was run with Administrator rights and the driver was installed in the directory C:\Program Files\Microsoft JDBC Driver 6.0 for SQL Server.Next we need to add the full path and file name of the Microsoft JDBC 4 driver to the CLASSPATH system environment variable.For instance, Pete's code shows looking at the SQL Server driver, sqlserver. So what if you're using the Adobe-provided Oracle driver? Well, some good news if you use an "other" driver type (where you choose that in the CF Admin DSN page), then you must provide the driver classname yourself. But what if you one of the several other kinds of drivers listed on that page?CF doesn't show you the classnames it uses for that.