I am attempting to upgrade an instance of Stash 2.12 to the latest version of Bitbucket (4.6). Once I upgrade the latest version of Bitbucket, I get:
A fatal error has occurred
The following problem occurred, which prevents Atlassian Bitbucket from starting:
I tried installing Java jdk1.8 which did not help. I do get references in the log file to "no sqljdbc_auth in java.library.path". Any help regarding how I can get this up and running?
Edit: Should mention that I am using SQL Server Express 2012
Based on the JVM being used to run Bitbucket Server, rename either the
x86 DLL to
lib/native. I just renamed the x64 file to sqljdbc_auth.dll and everything worked fine (needed to reboot Bitbucket, of course).
Based on the stackoverflow answer for a similar problem, sounds like you have to copy a *.dll file into your JRE's "java.library.path" which is typically equivalent to the $PATH environment variable on windows. And the *.dll file has to be compiled to the same architecture that your JRE is using (e.g., 64bit vs. 32bit):
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