The problem is that the TC-4.1.6 Admin web-app adds a "user" ,not a
"username" <parameter> when you add a DataSource <resource>.
From: Martin Jacobson [mailto:mart...@libero.it]
Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 9:37 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: Re: Tomcat-4.1.6 and DBCP issue?
Douglas, Rory wrote:
I had some problems using the DBCP connection pool with 4.1.6 and the MS
SQL Server JDBC drivers. I couldn't get the pool to use the user
parameter specified in server.xml, I ended up having to include the
username and password as part of the JDBC URL.
Oh, I've never used the built-in connection pooling before, so I can't
speak for 4.1.3. What's happening with your 4.1.6 setup??
DBCP expects the user to be identified by a parameter called "username",
not "user" :-)
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