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How to Manually Package JDBC modules into Adobe Experience Manager forms EAR files(secure datasource)

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17-07-2017

I am trying to run the AEM forms configuration using the CLI but I am not able to perform the secure datasource step with CLI since CLI does not support this operation , Can someone please share the manual  process to package the JDBC modules in to the AEM EARS .

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Probably one of the fastest ways to create the file you need is by using Eclipse to just create a plugin:

CQ-OPS - How to Turn a JDBC Driver JAR into an OSGi Bundle...

Which driver are you looking for?

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do we need to bundle the OSGI ear with jdbc drivers manually? to achieve this

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When working with database driver file in Experience Manager, you need to wrap the database driver file into an OSGi bundle and deploy.