[Red5] Strange errors (does this mean I am getting close?)
sketisculpter at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 15 10:31:51 PDT 2008
It is working. Thanks SO much for your help. There were a number of issues.
First was the MySQL connector -- so thank you for suggesting this. Turns
out the MySQL version on my hosted site was of a previous version. Next I
was told to put it in the common lib folder (which I did, but kept it in my
project's lib folder as well, so I am not sure if that resolved anything --
need to test that). Next I noticed that I did not include the
Class.forName("com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"); statement in my Java code (although
this worked locally). At this point I was connecting but getting an error.
I then had to add my host to the MySQL user table. Finally there was some
issue preventing me from connecting still (getting a Access Denied message
from MySQL). I deleted a similiar user listing from my user table (it had a
different host) and this apparently was all that was left. It is working
Again, thanks so much for your help!
> No, I have MySQL 5.0.48 and use the 5.0.8-connector and it works.
> But I run red5 inside a JBOSS container so the connector is not in the
> red5 package. It is located in the jboss lib directory.
> You must ensure that the connector is somewhere in the classpath.
> Try to put it into some classpath directory or put it into any directory
> and add this dir to the classpath.
> Can you please post your exception, error, ...
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