I've been able to get it to work using the WEB-INF/lib
directory. Do you remember the error you were
--- Arda M
> Trying Tomcat, I could not get derby.jar work by
> putting it in my WEB-INF/lib of my web application.
> I was able to make it work by putting derby.jar
> among all other Tomcat jars. But that would effect
> all web applications running in this Tomcat and
> force every use the same version. Is there a way to
> deploy derby per web application such that i can
> have a Tomcat server with many websites that run
> their own Derby jar version (web app a uses version
> 10, another webapp b uses version 11 for example?)
> and have their own derby database inside their
> directories protected from others??
> todd runstein
> I'm looking for ways to embed a Derby database into
> web application that will be distributed as a war
> file. Since I don't know the path where it will be
> deployed ("webapps" in Tomcat, "deploy" in JBoss,
> etc), I'm struggling to envision how I can make a
> Let me elaborate a bit. I want to create a database
> (basically an empty set of tables) and put the
> directory that Derby creates somewhere in the
> directory of my web application. I want to use this
> database to save user preferences or application
> settings. I want to be able to create a war file
> which someone with a J2EE server can drop into their
> server and have the application work. Making changes
> to the web server is out of the question (so the
> Bader tutorial technique is out).
> If you were asked to do this, how would you go about
> Thanks in advance!
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