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From Ali Demir <dem...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Where does Derby create Databases ? is there any default home like mysql ?
Date Mon, 26 Dec 2005 19:02:08 GMT
You can give absolute path as database name: c:\databases\db1.
There is a java system property you can set, the name was System.Home or 
somthing like that. Databases go in there if you don't use absolute path. 
Check the docs to be sure please.
Regards,
Ali



At 04:30 AM 12/26/2005, you wrote:
>Hi
>Thank you for reading my post.
>Where derby create each database directory ?
>It looks that there is no standard data directory (like mysql )
>I tried to build database with Netbeans Database manager , it placed 
>database somewhere in netbeans home
>i tried to build using IBM derby workbench , it put database directory in 
>some other dir ....
>Is there any mechanism to tell derby server to look at One Directory for 
>its databases ?
>for example look under e:\derbyData\ for all database names ?
>
>if it is not possible , how i can connect to a database which is located 
>in c:\document and settings\legolas\legDataƂ  by using network driver ?
>
>
>Thank you.

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