Thank you, I'll take a look at C-JDBC. I'm actually a little surprised how fast I got an answer to all my questions. Thank you to everyone.
James-----Rajesh Kartha <kartha@Source-Zone.Org> wrote: -----
To: Derby Discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Rajesh Kartha <kartha@Source-Zone.Org>
Date: 09/22/2005 11:24AM
Subject: Re: Distributed databases
James A Craig/O/VCU wrote:
> Hi, I'm fairly new to Derby but I was curious if its possible to use
> it in a distributed setup. I currently have a small cluster and want
> to set it up so that I have a distributed database on it using Derby.
> So my questions are:
> 1) Is this possible?
> 2) Is there a resource that shows me how to do this? (the manuals
> don't seem to explain how to do this)
> 3) From what I've read it seems like I need to use the DB2 driver to
> do this (like I've said, I've found very little info on the subject of
> setting up a distributed database). Is this even remotely on base?
> 4) Does anyone know of any decent tutorials when it comes to Derby? I
> haven't found anything that great thus far.
> 5) Can I use ij to manipulate a distributed database? How do I do this?
> 6) Is there a way to setup one using ij?
> Sorry for all of the questions but I've searched through a couple
> hundred websites while searching on google and have found little to no
> info. Thanks in advance for any help.
There is a paper on integrating Derby with C-JDBC (Clustered Jdbc) at:
The C-JDBC info can be found at - http://c-jdbc.objectweb.org/
Hope the above helps.