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From "Jean T. Anderson" <...@bristowhill.com>
Subject Re: Derby + web app servers [Was: Feedback manuals/develop/develop78.html]
Date Sat, 17 Sep 2005 16:18:23 GMT
A "server framework" is just a piece of software than can accept and 
process network communication.  The Derby Network Server is a good example.

You can easily embed Derby in a web app server and support multiple 
clients accessing the database through that web server. You can use 
Derby in embedded mode or in client/server mode using the Network Server.

Stan Bradbury did writeups that explain how to use Derby+Geronimo and 
Derby+WebSphere for the iBATIS JPetStore 4 application:


I realize that every web app server is different, but I wonder if his 
writeups on Geronimo and WebSphere might help you understand what could 
be done for JBoss. If it does help and you figure it out, would you post 
feedback to this list? I'm sure others would be interested.



ps. You can also use Tomcat. The Derby embedded tutorial at 
http://db.apache.org/derby/papers/fortune_tut.html shows a way to embed 
Derby in Tomcat using the Derby embedded JDBC driver. It's based on 
Lance Bader's developerWorks article at 
which also includes a strategy that uses the Network Server. He recently 
updated his article for Derby 10.

umesh.havinal@wipro.com wrote:
>  http://db.apache.org/derby/docs/10.0/manuals/develop/develop78.html#HDRSII-CONCEPTS-10914
> Hi,
> With ref. to the above link, derby db can support multiple database 
> access in server framework.
> Please let us know server framework means is it any Application Server 
> like Jboss??
> Also if it is possible in Jboss,then is it mandatory that
> 1.NetworkServerControl need to start along with the derby database.
> 2. Derby Client driver need to implemented for all clients who want to 
> access database remotelty & concurrently (along with the ij tool) with 
> the client application.
> Eagerly waiting for your response,
> Thanks in advance,
> Rgds,
> Havinal Umesh
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