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From "Siamak Sarmady" <sarma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Derby Workbench or other GUI
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2007 03:34:08 GMT
Rick,

Thank you for the information and ideas. I will look at that project
carefully before deciding about the architecture of the software.

Regards,
Siamak

On 10/10/07, Rick Hillegas <Richard.Hillegas@sun.com> wrote:
> Hi Siamak,
>
> Some work has already gone into creating management tools for Derby.
> Please take a look at DERBY-1387. That issue describes a JMX-based
> scheme for managing Derby servers and databases. It would be great if
> you could piggyback your work on top of those JMX extensions. I think
> you will discover that the people working on the JMX beans are wrestling
> with (and solving) the same issues which you will need to face as you
> build a management gui.
>
> Thanks,
> -Rick
>
> Siamak Sarmady wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > Recently I was able to test Netbeans' JavaDB (derby) GUI tools and I
> > should say it was a very enjoyable experience. But I also had some
> > problems.
> >
> > - I normally create the database directory inside my program's
> > directory and then use embedded driver to connect it.
> >
> > - Netbeans creates its directory in a specific place and it is
> > difficult to change it to your own directory and back to its initial
> > one every time. (to be able to manage several databases)
> >
> > - I want it to be able to manage different derby directories easily
> > (in addition be able to manage/connect a databases using socket and
> > TCP).
> >
> > Now, is there a GUI available which does all these things?
> >
> > If not then I might be interested in a project to build such a thing
> > (like Netbeans' JavaDB interface but as a separate application which
> > also handles mentioned issues easily).
> >
> > I appreciate if you can give me feedback on this.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Mac
> >
>
>

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