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From "Krishnaiah, Shankar" <>
Subject RE: Connecting to the Continuum Derby Database
Date Sat, 08 Sep 2007 10:30:22 GMT

Hope this helps:

Continuum - SQuirreL SQL Client

continuum uses embedded derby database. 
This database only allows one connection at a time, so you need to stop the continuum server
before you can connect with an SQL client.
Ensure the continuum server is stopped if you want to attempt to run the SQL client below
We have also installed SquirrelSQL under C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client which should connect
to the derby database. If you go to this directory and fire up squirrel via the squirrel-sql.bat
file you should connect to the continuum database.

Here are the connection details

Aliase Name : Continuum
URL : jdbc:derby:C:/Tools/continuum-1.0.3/apps/continuum/database
User :sa
Password : * just leave blank*
Driver : Apache Derby Embedded ( see below how to configure driver details)

Make sure "AutoLogon" and "Connect at Startup" checked.
Configuring Driver details

Driver Name : Apache Derby Embedded

By default the following java classpath will be loaded
Java Classpath:

C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\squirrel-sql.jar
C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\lib\commons-cli.jar
C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\lib\forms.jar
C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\lib\fw.jar
C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\lib\log4j.jar
C:\Tools\SQuirreL SQL Client\lib\nanoxml-2.1.jar

You need to add these two extra classpath. First download derby database.

Extra Classpath


ClassName: org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver


-----Original Message-----
From: Morgovsky, Alexander (US - Glen Mills) [] 
Sent: 07 September 2007 15:58
Subject: RE: Connecting to the Continuum Derby Database

Thank you.  I will look into this. 

-----Original Message-----
From: LAMY Olivier []
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2007 10:46 AM
Subject: RE: Connecting to the Continuum Derby Database

Maybe you can add an issue and explain what kind of reports you need ? 


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Morgovsky, Alexander (US - Glen Mills) [] Envoyé : vendredi
7 septembre 2007 16:44 À : Objet : RE: Connecting to the
Continuum Derby Database

Thank you.  In my JSP I am trying to select all rows and search by field to create some reporting
pages for our builds.

-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Venisse []
Sent: Friday, September 07, 2007 10:28 AM
Subject: Re: Connecting to the Continuum Derby Database

the username is 'sa' with an empty password.

Just for my information, what do you try to do with your jsp?


Nick Stolwijk a écrit :
> By default, Derby only listens on localhost, so no remote connections. 
> Have a look at the derby documentation on how to change it. [1]
> Hth,
> Nick S.
> [1]
> tml
> Morgovsky, Alexander (US - Glen Mills) wrote:
>> I started the Derby Database server on the Continuum machine.  It is 
>> listening on port 1527.  In my JSP page deployed on an Application 
>> Server on another machine in the same network I have the code:
>> Connection connection =
>> DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:derby://<Continuum
>> IP>:1527/<Continuum File System Database");
>> However, upon accessing the JSP page I receive:
>> java.sql.SQLException: : Error connecting 
>> to server <ip> on port 1527 with message Connection refused: connect.
>> What is the proper Java process for connecting to the Continuum Derby 
>> Database?  Should I pass in a username/password?  If so, should these 
>> be the Continuum admin username/password?
>> I am using Continuum 1.1-alpha-2.
>> Thank you.
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