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From "Jean T. Anderson" <...@bristowhill.com>
Subject Re: [ Re: Eclipse plug-in for Derby base]
Date Tue, 25 Jan 2005 22:13:55 GMT
Hi, Susan,

I'll update the integration summary page at 
http://incubator.apache.org/derby/papers/misc.html, but I'm a little 
confused. What's the difference between this plug-in and the one at 
http://incubator.apache.org/derby/papers/derby_plugin.html ?



Susan Cline wrote:

> Susan Cline wrote:
>> I am an IBM employee and can work on getting the JCC jdbc driver 
>> available as an additional plug-in which will add the Network Server 
>> connectivity functionality to your plug-in.
>> This plug-in would need to be downloaded from an IBM site, and 
>> dependent on your plug-in.
>> It would allow folks to run the network server from within Eclipse 
>> and possibly use ij to run SQL against the network server.
> This plug-in is now available from an IBM download site.  As mentioned
> above, it requires Rajesh's Derby Core plug-in since the Derby plug-in
> has the derby jar files.  The new plug-in is called IBM Integration 
> plug-in for Derby.  It's free - although you do have to register for 
> the download and agree to the license.
> Go to:
> http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/db2/library/techarticle/dm-0501cline/ 
> There is a Download and Install section in this article.  Download the
> file cloudscape_ui_plugin_1.0.zip from IBM's developerWorks.  There has
> been some confusion about which file to get once you click on the link 
> for developerWorks because there is a long list of items to download 
> from.  The item you want to select is the second in the list and 
> appears as:
> Tool: IBM Cloudscape (IBM Integration plug-in for Derby)
> There's documentation in the Help System about how to get started using
> Derby with Eclipse.  This plug-in does allow you to run the Derby 
> Network Server from within Eclipse and to issue ij commands and run 
> entire SQL scripts via ij.  You'll need both the Apache Derby Core 
> plug-in and this Integration plug-in for Derby to do this though, 
> since the Integration plug-in does not contain the derby jar files.
> Susan

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