[opencms-dev] J2SDK 1.4.0/Tomcat 4.0.2/OpenCMS 4.4.6/MySQL 3.23.48: "Trying to drop database ... Failed"
isd at as.uaf.edu
Tue Feb 12 04:44:58 CET 2002
Replace the localhost with your IP address or hostname. That's what I had to
do to get it to work. Not sure why.
On Monday 11 February 2002 14:42, Atomboy wrote:
> 1. I'm giving my first shot at OpenCMS 4.4.6, and even after searching
> through the archives of this mailing list, I'm stuck when it tries to
> create its database and tables in MySQL.
> In other words, Tomcat 4.0.2 is successfully running as a stand-alone
> application on my RedHat 7.1 test host alongside MySQL 3.23.48 and the
> j2sdk-1_4_0-rc RPM package.
> - Resource broker = mysql
> - Database Server Connection = root (no password)
> - OpenCms Connection = root (no password)
> - Connection String = jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/
> - Database = opencms
> In the http://mylinux:8080/opencms/ocsetup/create_database.ocjsp page, it
> Trying to drop database ... Failed
> Creating database ... Failed Creating database ("java.sql.SQLException:
> Server configuration denies access to data source")
> The OpenCMS documentation does not talk about installing JDBC, so should I
> assume it is part of the j2sdk-1_4_0-rc-linux-i386-rpm package that I
> FWIW, I also tried using admin/admin for either or both accounts instead of
> root/<empty>, to no avail.
> 2. I only installed the above Java-related package. I'm confused between
> JDK, J2DSK, and JRE: Which one do I need to run OpenCMS? Is JDBC yet
> another package that needs to be installed?
Joshua Kugler, Information Services Director
Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks
isd at asuaf.org, 907-474-7601
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