I've a excel file and it's being loaded by an application to store excel data in a database table. It seems little bit complicated and not sure how to do it using sql query.
Here is the concept on it: Product means here raw material. As the title says, when creating a table with a column of time type, the column defaults to datetime type. Here's the relevant line when creating the table: Create Table dbo....
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Jaguar CTS 3.6.1 Update need Jaguar CTS 3.5 or Jaguar CTS 3.6 to be installed first.
Now, we use the same driver with Power J to connect to the same database, with no problems.
However, I have noticed on startup that Jaguar throws a Class Cast Exception when loading the JDBC driver. First, I can confirm that Jaguar server components are expected to use JDK version 1.1, whereas clients can be deployed with JDK 1.0.2 or JDK 1.1. Syb Driver, you will need to obtain a version that implements How do you determine which JDK version your JDBC driver is using?
We are attempting to use Jaguar with MS SQLServer 6 via JDBC with a jdbc driver class provided by Connect Software.
Unfortunately, Jaguar continues to complain that there is no suitable driver available.