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Exception thrown when connecting to MongoDB server on Linux without specifying "SchemaDefinition"

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TitleException thrown when connecting to MongoDB server on Linux without specifying "SchemaDefinition"
URL Nameexception-thrown-when-connecting-to-mongodb-server-on-linux-without-specifying-schemadefinition
Article Number000112022
EnvironmentProduct: Progress DataDirect for JDBC for MongoDB driver
Version: (C0079.F000014.U000002)
OS: Linux
Database: MongoDB 3.2
Application: All JDBC applications
Question/Problem Description
When connecting to MongoDB on Unix/Linux and not specifying "SchemaDefinition" connectio option, the driver throws the mentioned exception.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Connection url = jdbc:datadirect:mongodb://<yourServer>:<yourPort>
Error Messagejava.sql.SQLNonTransientConnectionException: [DataDirect][MongoDB JDBC Driver]An invalid value was specified for the schemaDefinition connect option. Must specify an absolute path.
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect 39928
Fixed in hot fix (C0193.F000036.U000011).

Refer to "Connect for JDBC hot fix download and install instructions" for instructions on how to download and install the hot fix.
Last Modified Date11/20/2020 7:23 AM
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