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From "Dan Petrula" <dpetr...@adelphia.net>
Date Sat, 17 Dec 2005 02:07:48 GMT
Thank you for taking the time to respond to my question.
osgi.core.jar contained the classes that were missing, however, although the program compiled,
the exe file created did not work properly.  I guess I will just wait until derby is supported
under JDK 5.  I can buy an embedded database from MYSQL, but they want royalities for every
copy sold and will cut into my profit margins.  I
will probably have to go that route.  I am not a database developer.  I just want one that
works and will not cost me too much.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Myrna van Lunteren 
  To: derby-dev@db.apache.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 6:38 PM


  I don't understand that you'd need to build EmbeddedActivator to embed Derby, but if you
go to the Downloads tab off the main derby page, you'll see a list of jar files required to
build derby.
  It has a link to osgi.jar

  Hope this helps.

  On 12/14/05, Dan Petrula <dpetrula@adelphia.net> wrote: 
    I am new to the mailing list and fairly new to Derby. So forgive me if this question has
already been asked.

    I am trying to compile java code into native code using Derby as an embedded
database. I am currently running 
    JDK 1.5.0_01 and using a third party native code compiler - Excelsior.  The compiler gives
me an import dependency error on two classes
    in derby.jar - EmbeddedActivator.class and XML.class.  It is the EmbeddedActivator.class
that I need to compile.  EmbeddedActivator is found
    in  'org.apache.derby.osgi'  and imports two other classes  'org.osgi.framework.BundleActivator'
and 'org.osgi.framework.Bundlecontext'.
    The compiler reports an error because these two classes are not found in derby.jar. Where
can these classes be found?


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