Suggestion for Talend team : If you hard-code the class name 'org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver' inside the generated code, then you need to provide the Jar file. Other wise you should provide a feature by which the user can enter the class name.
I am new to talend and have installed a local version of TOS for data integration version 6.5.1 and a corresponding db mysql version 5.5. As I am trying to create a tmysqlconnection and trying to establish a connection with the data base I am getting the below error:
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver. Please find the attachment for screen shots. I have already installed the required jar files and have linked them when prompted for mysqlconnection. Please help!
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