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Script Runner SQL connect to SQL

Hi,

I would like to display some data from MSSQL. I have a View in Jira database. I try do this with tutorial from official Script Runner Documentation, but when I run code in script console i get this error:

groovy.lang.GroovyRuntimeException: Ambiguous method overloading for method groovy.sql.Sql#<init>. Cannot resolve which method to invoke for [null] due to overlapping prototypes between: [interface javax.sql.DataSource] [interface java.sql.Connection] at Script1.run(Script1.groovy:13)

Somewhere i saw that problem was a jdbc Driver, but it's the same database which Jira is connected. Does anybody know the solution? 

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Could you share your code without datasource, user and password? The SQL could also have false data, but it would be better if your share the type of those objects.

Hi Tomasz Bryła,

I am facing same situation. Can u plz help me out if you have resolved it.

Thanks.

@Meena Sabnivisu

I was installed a new jdbc driver and connected to database like that:

jdbc:sqlserver://;serverName=NameOfServer;portNumber=1433;databaseName=jira_db

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