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HXTT Excel
Setting driver properties when using hibernate
William Leeson
2008-08-22 06:57:25.0
I would like to know how I can set the driver properties, specifically firstRowHasNames = false, when using HXTT Excel with hibernate/spring. I've read your documentation and appreciate that I can pass a java.util.Properties instance when opening a connection, but I can't identify how to set properties when using hibernate, which hides the connection details. I've looked at your hibernate example but it doesn't help in this instance. I've tried setting a 'firstRowHasNames' property in the hibernate driver - but I get a no such property error. I've also tried creating a java.util.Properties instance and setting a 'properties' driver property - again no success.
Re:Setting driver properties when using hibernate
HXTT Support
2008-08-22 07:14:01.0
You can use it in jdbc url, for instance, jdbc:excel:////testdb?firstRowHasNames=false;maxScanRows=12

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