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Your config should look more like this: Locate the jar file, which is probably located on C: Craig Ringer k 33 Please fix your application and redeploy.
postgresql – glassfish admin console connection pool ping fails – Stack Overflow
I had to write the entity bean for that table manually.
Glassfish 4 and Postgresql driver | Dmitry Pukhov
Added a JConnect driver service to Netbeans: Fill in the rest as follows: Postrges application will not run properly. I used Netbeans to automatically generate entities and entity session beans, then created a servlet to test the dependency injection was working.
If this happens to you, run the wizard again but try just adding the simplest tables – I could add all my tables except the one with postgrew trigger on it. ConnectionPoolDataSource Default values for all other values. You can choose any name for the driver – e. However, you still need to add it to your project Expand the Databases node to see the Drivers folder.
Creating a Connection Pool to PostgreSQL on Glassfish V3
Name of JConnect driver service User Name: Sign up or log jdc Sign up using Google. I’ve tried adding a custom resource, settings below, but it made no difference to the connection pool problem.
I created the connection pool based on the already successful connection above. Connection could not be allocated because: IDriver Thanks for your help!!
That’s as far as I got. Select the postgres connection something like jdbc: I’m not at all sure that glassfiwh or datasourceName are needed or correct, but don’t have time to further review the documentation to check.
I’ve got a bit further now! Alternatively, you can just paste http: But now my jdhc pool doesn’t work Select Database Schema and choose the schema you added in step Specified port number of -1 was out of range.
Select the connection you made earlier from the drop down list it will be something like jdbc: Email Required, but never shown.