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via Stack Overflow by Unknown author, 2 years ago
A file path that is implicitly relative to the current working directory is not allowed in the database URL "jdbc:h2:˜/test". Use an absolute path, ~/name, ./name, or the baseDir setting instead. [90011-181]
via Google Groups by Stefan Beigel, 2 years ago
A file path that is implicitly relative to the current working directory is not allowed in the database URL "jdbc:h2:/Users/Matthew/git/ma-core-public/Core/target/test/h2/ma;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE". Use an absolute path, ~/name, ./name, or the ba
via GitHub by chanwookpark
, 9 months ago
A file path that is implicitly relative to the current working directory is not allowed in the database URL "jdbc:h2:mem". Use an absolute path, ~/name, ./name, or the baseDir setting instead. [90011-182]
via GitHub by Minecrell
, 2 years ago
A file path that is implicitly relative to the current working directory is not allowed in the database URL "jdbc:h2:config/nosql/test.h2". Use an absolute path, ~/name, ./name, or the baseDir setting instead. [90011-191]
via GitHub by marcellodesales
, 2 years ago
Database may be already in use: "Locked by another process". Possible solutions: close all other connection(s); use the server mode [90020-176]
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