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Main class com.progress.sql.explorer.SQLExplorer could not be found

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Main class com.progress.sql.explorer.SQLExplorer could not be found

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I get this error when i try to run sqlexp with a network shared license, anyone knows what to do?
(dlc is installed in a network path)

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  • Did you run netsetup on the local PC ?

    I still say use Squirrel instead. All you need to do is install Squirrel and follow the instructions here: knowledgebase.progress.com/.../000032547

    Easy.

    Paul Koufalis
    White Star Software

    pk@wss.com
    @oeDBA (https://twitter.com/oeDBA)

    ProTop: The #1 Free OpenEdge DB Monitoring Tool
    http://protop.wss.com
  • And if you follow Paul's advise but are suspicious about products called after an animal, may I suggest DBeaver? :-)

  • Hey I'm Canadian. I should be using DBeaver too !!

    Paul Koufalis
    White Star Software

    pk@wss.com
    @oeDBA (https://twitter.com/oeDBA)

    ProTop: The #1 Free OpenEdge DB Monitoring Tool
    http://protop.wss.com
  • The problem is that this installation not even has java, so no tiny beaver and squirrel can help me at the moment. And i can't install everything i want to on the customer machines

  • Hi Dominik,

    On Windows you could also use ODBC and powershell as I described on:

    knowledgebase.progress.com/.../how-to-test-an-odbc-connection-dsn-on-windows-using-powershell

    sqlexp is a java utility and therefore requires the java provided with the OpenEdge installation, if you want me or one of my colleagues from our technical support department to have a closer look at the used configuration then do not hesitate to open a technical support case.

    Hopes this helps,

    Tinco  van Engen

    Technical Support Progress Software

  • Actually, just let me know if you want to open a support case, and I will open the support case for you

  • Connection via ODBC sounds good for me, is the driver part of the netsetup?

  • Yes it is.