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GWT with database connection.
If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. To check your Maven installation, run following command in command gwf I’m waiting your answer. Email Required, but never shown. This is a common source of memory leaks and likely is your problem.
java – GWT – Oracle JDBC Connection problems – Server Fault
Post as a guest Name. Arthur Maltson 2, 4 22 I mention that there are no database conectivity problems the error is the same even if the server is closed so it doesn’t even get to the actual connecting and I have also made a simple Java project with a main function that connects with the same connnector in the same fashion with no problems at all.
Would doing it this way cause a memory leak? Every thing went smooth till I tried to deploy the app to Tomcat.
To be more clear I have archived the project and uploaded here: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Thank you in advance. You should always close in a “finally” block, so that the close happens in the event of an exception.
Oracle Corporation Java home: This proved to be a pain in the ass because the project wasn’t a Gwt project so the war arhive was not constructed well. I feel like programming it this way leads to more code and is highly inefficient but I can’t find many good samples to go off, can someone suggest a better way for this to work? Not knowing what went wrong even after hours of googleing I decided to isolate the problem.
GWT – проблемы с подключением к Oracle JDBC