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Unable to change the run time connection properties of data source using JTDS driver [message #872770] Wed, 16 May 2012 15:35 Go to next message
Sameer Singh is currently offline Sameer Singh
Messages: 22
Registered: May 2012
Junior Member
Hi

I am using JTDS1.2.5 driver for the connection of MSSQL Server and Birt in Window 2008 Server as SQLJDBC4 is not working in it. But when i am using extensionProperties.odaUser= "" and extensionProperties.odaPassword ="" property in DataSource.beforeOpen method it is not working . Same property is working when i am using with sqljdbc4 in Window7. Please suggest some solution to get rid of this problem.


Sameer
Re: Unable to change the run time connection properties of data source using JTDS driver [message #873186 is a reply to message #872770] Thu, 17 May 2012 12:39 Go to previous message
Jason Weathersby is currently offline Jason Weathersby
Messages: 9167
Registered: July 2009
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If you change the script to:
this.setExtensionProperty("odaPassword","");
does it make a difference? Also verify that you are previewing the
report using the "View Report in Web Viewer" option.

Jason

On 5/16/2012 3:35 PM, Sameer Singh wrote:
> Hi
> I am using JTDS1.2.5 driver for the connection of MSSQL Server and Birt
> in Window 2008 Server as SQLJDBC4 is not working in it. But when i am
> using extensionProperties.odaUser= "" and
> extensionProperties.odaPassword ="" property in DataSource.beforeOpen
> method it is not working . Same property is working when i am using with
> sqljdbc4 in Window7. Please suggest some solution to get rid of this
> problem.
>
> Sameer
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