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The wizard will then ask which schema to use – the default is public. Select the postgres connection something like jdbc: Please fix your application and redeploy. I tried setting up the connection from the Glassfish admin console first, as follows, but I think it would probably work if you just skip to step SybaseDS not found run-deploy: It currently looks like this: However, you still need to add it to your project The mere presence of it specifies a SSL connection.
This property is only relevent for server versions less than or equal to 7. Specified port number postgrexql -1 was out of range.
It works fine and you can view table content and make database changes from Netbeans.
postgresql – glassfish admin console connection pool ping fails – Stack Overflow
I have a working connection pool, and not only that, it’s free! If this happens to you, run the wizard again but try just adding the simplest tables – I could add all my tables except the one with a trigger on it. It currently supports values of org. I found the wizard was appearing to run successfully, but ylassfish adding any beans to my EJB module. Fill in the rest as follows: Click on Add and browse to the driver you just saved in the Glassfish domain library C: This property does not need a value associated with it.
Select the connection you made earlier from the drop down list it will be something like jdbc: You can test it by right-clicking and choosing connect if it’s not already connected then right click again and choose execute command.
To specify an IPv6 address your must enclose the host parameter with square brackets, for example:. The port number the server is listening on. Copy it and place the copy in the Glassfish v2.
Creating a Connection Pool to PostgreSQL on Glassfish V3
There is one glaswfish exception to this behavior though, using the COPY command on a file residing on the server’s filesystem. I created the connection pool based on the already successful connection above.
I’m not at all sure that roleName or datasourceName are needed or correct, but don’t have time to further review the documentation to check. Act like an older version of the driver to retain compatibility with older applications. Alternatively, you can just paste http: Your pool configuration looks like nonsense.