Question11Replies319Views TRILOK Member since 2010 19 posts BlueCross BlueShield of NC Posted: March 14, 2019Last activity: March 19, 2019 Closed Solved Pega 7.4 Personal Edition Errors after installationHello,Need help with PEGA 7.4 Personal edition installation. Getting errors when starting tomcat.Cannot create JDBC driver of class org.postgresql.driver for connect URL 'jdbc:postgresql://localhost:@PG_PORT/postgres Low-Code App Development Installation and Deployment ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 1 year agoARVINDMALAV PEGA replied to TRILOKinstead of PG_PORT, can you please set exact port where Postgress should listen? Posted: 1 year agoTRILOK BlueCross BlueShield of NC replied to TRILOKi see in prconfig it is referring to sql server. Posted: 1 year agoVikash Karn PEGA replied to TRILOKThe jdbc setting in the prconfig file that you have attached is commented. Could you please attach the context.xml file and complete log . Posted: 1 year agoTRILOK BlueCross BlueShield of NC replied to TRILOKchanged the port number still getting error. Please find attached Errorlog.txt Posted: 1 year agoVikash Karn PEGA replied to TRILOKYou are using "localhost:5432" in the jdbc URL, could you please confirm if the DB server is hosted in the same systems? Have you added the jdbc jar in the lib folder of application server? Also could you please attach the context.xml file. Posted: 1 year agoUpdated: 1 year agoTRILOK BlueCross BlueShield of NC replied to TRILOKsorry about that i forgot to attach. Yes it came with Personal edition installation. The jdbc jar is in the lib folder of the application server (tomcat) Posted: 1 year agoVikash Karn PEGA replied to TRILOKIn your context.xml you have below jdbc url url="jdbc:postgresql://localhost:@PG_PORT/postgres You need to replace localhost with your DB server IP address, PG_PORT with the port number and postrges should be replaced by your DB name where the rules and data schema has been installed. Posted: 1 year agoAbhinav7 PEGA replied to TRILOKHi, The connect url is not correct .Please provide specific db url and port.It may resolve the issue. Thanks, Abhinav Posted: 1 year agoUpdated: 1 year agoTRILOK BlueCross BlueShield of NC replied to TRILOKreplaced localhost with ipaddress still getting error. I logged into postgresql admin and i don't see PEGARules database server. Error message : 15-Mar-2019 09:55:30.058 1050 [localhost-startStop-1] com.pega.pegarules.internal.bootstrap.PRBootstrapDataSource. Bootstrap datatables schema: data 15-Mar-2019 09:55:31.126 SEVERE [localhost-startStop-1] org.postgresql.Driver.connect Connection error: org.postgresql.util.PSQLException: Connection to xx.xx.xx.xxx:5432 refused. Check that the hostname and port are correct and that the postmaster is accepting TCP/IP connections. Posted: 1 year agoVikash Karn PEGA replied to TRILOKIn your url you have mentioned postgre as DB name. while installing Pega, what DB name you have used? You need to check in your pgAdmin that which DB (DB name) is have PegaRULES and PegaDATA Schema. Accepted Solution Posted: 1 year agoTRILOK BlueCross BlueShield of NC replied to TRILOKissue resolved. The issue was with my access rights on work laptop even though i have admin rights installation was not 100% successful. Thank you all for the helping out.