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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "DatabaseNamesRelativeAbsolute" by SusanCline
Date Thu, 09 Feb 2006 23:55:46 GMT
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The following page has been changed by SusanCline:

  in that they can include the URL path separator character forward slash 
- A database name is either relative or absolute.
+ == Database Names are either relative or absolute ==
  An absolute path corresponds to an absolute path on your file system:
-   jdbc:derby:/home/fred/databases/projects/cdcollection
+    {{{jdbc:derby:/home/fred/databases/projects/cdcollection}}}
  means the top level folder for the database is:
-     /home/fred/databases/projects/cdcollection
+    {{{/home/fred/databases/projects/cdcollection}}}
  A JDBC connection URL of:
-   jdbc:derby:d:/home/2006/accounts
+    {{{jdbc:derby:d:/home/2006/accounts}}}
  means the top level folder for the database is:
-      d:\home\2006\accounts
+    {{{d:\home\2006\accounts}}}
  A relative path is relative to the value of the system property
  '''derby.system.home''' if it is set, otherwise relative the current working
@@ -32, +32 @@

  database described above, examples on windows would be similar,
  including use of the forward slash.
+ {{{
@@ -42, +43 @@

    current working directory = /home/fred/databases/projects
-   jdbc:derby:cdcollection
+   jdbc:derby:cdcollection}}}
  This wiki entry is originally from a post by Dan Debrunner on the derby-users mailing list
on February 1, 2006.

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