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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "WorkingWithDerby" by JohnHEmbretsen
Date Mon, 26 Mar 2007 07:16:48 GMT
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http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/WorkingWithDerby

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  || [http://www.eclipse.org/birt/tutorial/basic/ Eclipse BIRT tutorial] || Tutorial || Eclipse,
BIRT || Includes the Derby engine+embedded driver and a sample Derby database.||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/DerbyTomcat5512JPetStor.html Embedding Apache Derby
in Tomcat and creating an iBATIS JPetStore Demo] || Article || iBATIS, Tomcat 5.5 || Shows
how to setup and deploy the JPetStore 4.0 web application using Derby as the database, iBATIS
as the persistence layer, and Tomcat as the J2EE server.||
  || HibernateHelp || Derby Wiki || Hibernate || Various tips on using Derby with Hibernate.||
- || [http://nagpals.com/blog/default.cfm/2006/9/19/Installing-Apache-Derby-Database-on-ColdFusionMX-702
Installing Apache Derby Database on ColdFusionMX 7.0.2] || Blog || ColdFusion || Shows how
to setup embedded Derby to work with ColdFusion ||
+ || [http://nagpals.com/blog/default.cfm/2006/9/19/Installing-Apache-Derby-Database-on-ColdFusionMX-702
Installing Apache Derby Database on ColdFusionMX 7.0.2] || Blog || !ColdFusion || Shows how
to setup embedded Derby to work with ColdFusion ||
  || [http://www.regdeveloper.co.uk/2006/11/08/java_database_derby/ Java databasing with Derby]
|| Tutorial || Installation, ij, embedded, JDBC ||This article shows how to embed Derby 10.2
in a java application. ||
  || [http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2006/08/02/jjdbc-4-enhancements-in-java-se-6.html
JDBC 4.0 Enhancements in Java SE 6] || Article || JDBC || An article on new JDBC 4.0 features
which uses Derby as the example database. ||
  || [http://objectinnovations.com/CourseOutlines/168.html Object Innovations JDBC Course]
|| Course || JDBC || Commercial courseware that covers the fundamentals of database programming
in Java using JDBC. Derby is the default database.||
  ||[http://www.eactscongenitaldb.org/docs/OpenOffice_and_JDBC_for_data_access OpenOffice
and JDBC for data access] || Article || !OpenOffice, GUI || Explains how to access a Derby
database directly from !OpenOffice using a JDBC connection.||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/db_torque.html Running the Torque Tutorial on Derby]
|| Tutorial || Torque || Summarizes the changes required to run the [http://db.apache.org/torque/releases/torque-3.2/runtime/tutorial/index.html
Torque 3.2 tutorial] on Derby 10.1 using the Derby embedded JDBC driver.||
  ||[http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2007/01/16/synchronizing-web-client-database.html Synchronizing
a Web Client Database: LocalCalendar and Google Calendar]|| Article || Synchronization ||
Shows how to implement a local calendar that gets synchronized to a central store.||
- || [http://www.developers.net/external/1643 Use Apache Derby in your OpenLaszlo applications,
Part 2: Storing and embedding data] || Tutorial || OpenLazlo || Shows how to insert, update,
and delete into a Derby database using the OpenLazlo markup language. ||
+ || [http://www.developers.net/external/1643 Use Apache Derby in your OpenLaszlo applications,
Part 2: Storing and embedding data] || Tutorial || !OpenLazlo || Shows how to insert, update,
and delete into a Derby database using the OpenLazlo markup language. ||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/JPetStoreGeronimo.html Using Apache Derby with
iBATIS JPetStore 4 running on the Geronimo J2EE server] || Article || iBATIS, Geronimo ||
Shows how to setup and deploy the JPetStore 4.0 web application using Derby as the database,
iBATIS as the persistence layer, and Geronimo as the J2EE server.||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/JPetStoreWebSphere.html Using Apache Derby with
iBATIS JPetStore 4 on the WebSphere Server] || Article || iBATIS, !WebSphere || Shows how
to setup and deploy the JPetStore 4.0 web application using Derby as the database, iBATIS
as the persistence layer, and !WebSphere as the J2EE server.||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/db_ddlutils.html Using DdlUtils to Migrate Databases
to Derby] || Tutorial || !DdlUtils, Schema management, data migration || Shows how to use
Derby with [http://db.apache.org/ddlutils/ DdlUtils], which provides utilities for creating
and working with Database Definition (DDL) files and for exporting and importing data in XML
format.||
  || [http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/J2SE/Desktop/javadb/ Using Java DB in
Desktop Applications] || Article || Desktop applications || Features an example application
(Address Book) which demonstrates how to work with Java DB (Sun's distribution of Apache Derby)
as an embedded database within desktop Java technology applications. ||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/JPOX_Derby.html Using JPOX JDO with Derby] || Article
|| JPOX JDO, Apache JDO || Provides an example that uses JPOX JDO to persist and retrieve
data to and from Apache Derby.||
  || [http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/SQuirreL_Derby.html Using SQuirreL SQL Client with
Derby] || Article || SQuirreL SQL, GUIs || Shows how to set up SQuirreL to access Derby databases
via the Derby Embedded Driver and Client Drivers with the 10.1 version of Derby.||
+ || [http://today.java.net/pub/a/2007/03/20/javadb-end-to-end-security.html JavaDB End-to-End
Security] || Article || Security || How to make Java DB  (Derby) 10.2 more secure, including:
Database encryption, connection authentication, SQL authorization, securing the environment
(Java Security Manager) ||
  

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