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Re: issue with filelister
> using the stable build of filelister
> with apache/tomcat 4.1.31 and
> on redhat 9 linux kernel 2.4.20-8
> i'm able to index the filesystem, but
> upon trying to search i get a JDBC error
> A database query threw an exception!
> Please make sure the JDBC environment is
> configured correctly.
> i'm assuming that if indexing is
> working, then the database connection is
> properly configured.
> any thoughts?
Seems strange to me... Please check whether there is a database in your MySQL server that is accessible as configured in the WEB-INF/filelister.xml config file. This database must contain one single table named as configured in the "tablename" tag in the config file, without any timestamp extension. Filelister creates a temporary table during indexing and finally renames this table to the "tablename" value. Perhaps this final renaming failed somehow.
Additionally, the tomcat log should contain more specific information which may help you finding the problem.