Just to clear things up, what kind of database do you have? I’ve made that mistake many a time myself. IJ seems like it should validate for simple mistakes like this. By following these steps you can then import your previous data into a supported database with the correct database setup. This worked for me when I was trying a as simple as possible test to connect to network mode derby. Still have a question?

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Sign up for free Log in. I added a comment to the Jira issue. A missing quote and semi colon at the end caused it to hang.

Good afternoon Andy, This is actually what I’m trying to do now, but I’m experiencing a different issuehaha.

“No suitable driver found for >jdbc:h2:file”

After 40 minutes the command is still running, I assume that 40 minutes is xuitable long just to create a test database. Patch needs a little cleanup, though. Maybe allocating a new EmbeddedDriver is to heavy but on the other side, Class. Any ideas about how to trouble shoot this would be appreciated.

If you are looking maintain your Jira data and migrate it off this potentially corrupted H2 database, I would recommend these steps: If you are still seeing this error, I would be interested to see if you can post a screenshot of your display when this happens. Databases are created by default in the directory where the Network Server was started up. Might have to hack in a little logic to eat the second of the characters, but I haven’t got a Windows machine handy now, so I hoped someone could take a look and see if it is a problem, and maybe comment on other things that should be done?


Rather than the complexity of a timeout, ij could follow the example set by other shells and print a different “continuation” prompt. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Maybe it was creating the database. Anders, This seems to me like a useful fix that will save time for beginners to Derby.

No suitable driver found for jdbc: Pascal Thivent k Corrupt suitbale, incorrect permissions or virus checkers can all kill the access to the driver. I am in a Windows environment and I was following the steps exact. You’re one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up. I’ve made that mistake many a time myself. That guide has steps for srror GUI and Command line interfacing with this database.

Unfortunately there are no AUG chapters near you at the moment. The usual culprit is permissions, but you should also disable anti-virus to see if it’s that.

Could you let me know what version of Jira this is? If so should a message be issued?


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This error occurs when the syntax of connection string is not valid. I hope it does what you wanted.

For Apache Derby, the driver class name is org. I faced similar issue and it got resolved by including derby. I have a feeling that was just the tip of the iceberg though as I got a new error of ” General error: Since the connection URL looks fine, I bet that the driver isn’t loaded at all.

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