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how to use SQLServer/JDBC from compiled Matlab code?

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Hi, my matlab code successfully calls SQLServer via JDBC when running the code from the Matlab workbench.
I've done this via editing the classpath.txt and librarypath.txt
However, when I compile my Matlab code and try and run it on another machine I get a JDBC Driver Error - Driver not found / loaded.
I have installed the Matlab runtime on the other machine and ran other Matlab programs, I just can't use JDBC. I have edited the runtime classpath.txt and librarypath.txt files.
Any help much appreciated!

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Titus Edelhofer
Titus Edelhofer on 21 Dec 2011
Hi Tom,
just to be sure: on "the other machine" you have used the MCRInstaller to install the MCR, and you edited there the classpath, e.g. c:\program files\MATLAB Compiler Runtime\v711\toolbox\local\{classpath.txt / librarypath.txt}?
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tombola on 21 Dec 2011
You the man! Windows search has to be the worst bit of software ever... I'll have to go back and find out which files I edited.

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Chirag Gupta
Chirag Gupta on 21 Dec 2011
Try and use the javaaddpath command in the code to set up the javapath instead of classpath.txt


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