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From "Daniel John Debrunner (JIRA)" <derby-...@db.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (DERBY-1798) Document Update: Tools Guide - Added derbyrun.jar information and clarified / corrected info on IJ and database loading classes
Date Sat, 02 Sep 2006 01:10:23 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1798?page=comments#action_12432265 ] 
Daniel John Debrunner commented on DERBY-1798:

I think the ij.protocol does load the driver, at least there is no need to load the driver,
it may not be driven by the ij.protocol property though.

The driver property is a synonym - can be removed, the comments have those properties as should
deprecate for about 8+ years now!
The recommendation is to always use  ij.xxxxx properties, so not documenting the others is
a good start.

> Document Update: Tools Guide - Added derbyrun.jar information and clarified / corrected
info on IJ and database loading classes
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: DERBY-1798
>                 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1798
>             Project: Derby
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Documentation
>    Affects Versions:,,,,,
>            Reporter: Stan Bradbury
>             Fix For:
>         Attachments: derbytools.pdf, ToolsGuide10.2upd.diff
> Attached:  patch for the document updates and pdf for review of resulting document. 
Things were worse than I expected when I signed up to do  the review but they will be better
with these changes - IMHO.
> NOTE: I am now on vacation so I will not be able to respond until I return after the
expected release of version 10.2 - if you see something amiss please file an issue or correct
it an submit a patch.
> Patch:  ToolsGuide10.2upd.diff
> Review output:  derbytools.pdf
> For more details see the 10.2 documentation review Wiki page :
> http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/ToolsUtilitesTenTwo
> Here are few anotations I made about the changes before I ran out of time to continue
this effort (many changes are minor but important for clarity):
>  o toolsconref.dita:  Changed DERBY_INSTALL to DERBY_HOME, added citwwd for reference
to the Working With Derby docuement.
>  o ctoolspre23947.dita:  How this guide is organized
>     >> Added missing bullet for 'Storing jar files in a database'
>  o  ctoolsijtools26429.dita: What are the Derby tools and utilities?
>      >> Wrote a reasonable description 
>  o   ctoolsijtools30948.dita: in OVERVIEW: Made title consistant (added 'loading')
> Database class loading utilities - removed the questionable phrase:  '..and to boot an
application using the stored classes' - added clarication about using import and export in
a client/server environment.
>  o   ctoolsijtools30948.dita: JVM and classpath for Derby tools - Renamed to: 'Environment
setup and the Derby tools' - added 'loading' to class loading util and clarified database-side
>  o  rtools1003161.dita: Added information derbyrun.jar
>  o  ctoolsijtools20118.dita : Renamed 'JDBC basics' to 'JDBC connection basics' and added
tie-in sentence.
>  o ctoolsijtools16011.dita : Database connection URLs; client driver section
>     >> Removed URL  attribute quoting statement and example (JCC only) - no longer
needed: "..by using double quotes (") around the database name portion of the URL, as follows:"
>  o ctoolsij34525.dita: Using IJ: cleaned up wording
>  o ttoolsij11815.dita: Starting IJ - added derbyrun info - cleaned up wording - corrected
formatting (PDF probelms) in the example by removing links.
>  o  ttoolsij30600.dita:Starting ij using properties  - Removed old information:
> To start ij to connect to the Derby Network Server, you must specify the user and
> password attributes on the URL. For more information, see the Derby Server and
> Administration Guide .
> o rtoolsdrvrnmeurl.dita - rewrote the section

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