If you are embedding Derby, then regarding distribution you would
follow the same procedure as for any other third party Java library. If you
want help doing that in Netbeans, then your question really should be addressed
to the Netbeans mailing list. To put it briefly:
your netbeans project’s settings, and add the derby jar to the list
you build your project in netbeans, netbeans creates a directory called “dist”
which contains your project’s jar, as well as all of the libraries
needed by your project (in a subdirectory called “lib”). You
can just distribute the entire “dist” directory.
From: Max Ten
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006
Subject: Re: Can I embedded Derby
Dabase in Webapplication
thanks David, i try to get wat you mean.
Anyway, i just found some tutorial bout connecting to Derby using Netbeans. Is there any tutorial
distribution using Netbeans ?