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From David Van Couvering <David.Vancouver...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Increase acceptance of Derby across Apache??
Date Thu, 14 Jul 2005 23:44:30 GMT
I am not able to help here, but I do want to note that the JDO project
in Apache is using Derby.  And they still want to know why explicitly
specifying the schema name gives a 6x performance improvement :)

David

Daniel John Debrunner wrote:
> I was wondering how Derby could get more visibility and more use in
> other Apache projects. I see that other Apache projects could use or
> refer to Derby in any of the following ways:
> 
> - Included as an embedded database
> - Included for example applications/tutorials
> - Recommended for use in example applications/tutorials (with separate
> download)
> - Listed as a supported database
> - Used as the test database (we addressed some concerns about this)
> 
> 
> I spent some time looking at the Apache projects and came up with at
> least these projects that obviously use a database through JDBC. I've
> broken them into three groups:
> 
> Good use of Derby
> -----------------
> Geronimo - Derby embedded
> Incubator-Beehive - Derby supported and used for sample
> 
> 
> Some references to Derby
> ------------------------
> Cocoon - Wiki entry on how to use Derby
> (http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Derby)
> 
> 
> No obvious references to Derby
> -------------------------------
> Incubator-Gaffito
> Incubator-FTPServer
> DB-Torque
> DB-OJB
> iBatis
> Tomcat
> James  - some discussion on the list about embedding Derby
> 
> While wide use of Derby within Apache isn't a requirement for
> graduation, it can't hurt. It is kind of embarrassing that the DB
> projects don't list Derby as supported, though I think it has been
> tested by various people.
> 
> Are there folks on this list willing to reach into other communities to
> raise the visibility of Derby? Since it's all open source the natural
> answer to 'why don't you support Derby' is going to be 'do the work
> yourself and contribute back the results'. I imagine the work will
> depend on the project, some cases just testing, others writing adapters.
> 
> Any takers?
> Dan.
> 
> 


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