PowerBuilder Connect SQLite Using JDBC

PowerBuilder Connect SQLite Using JDBC

Step 1: Get driver JDBC SQLite sqlite-jdbc-X.X.X.jar from page : https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.xerial/sqlite-jdbc
Step 2: Set Class Path driver to environment variables or set class path to runtime of java
Step 3: Test Connect
Step 4: Copy jre current version of java to your pbapp runtime

PowerBuilder Connect SQLite Using JDBC
PowerBuilder Connect SQLite Using JDBC
PowerBuilder Connect SQLite Using JDBC

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5465541
5465541
1 year ago

Catalog tables could not be created and are not available for use.

Jimmy
Jimmy
1 year ago
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There is no work around this error in case if want to use any DB DDL,or piplines
PB will always use “public” as tables owner. if someone could make it do operations without this owner thing