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From yeradis <yera...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: derby for dummies ???
Date Thu, 09 Mar 2006 19:50:09 GMT
hi Stanley

thanks for your words

and thanks to everybody that is helping me
to migrate to the ''derby world'' really THANKS TO EVERY BODY

that articles are interesting
i'm loading now the url that you give me, the network is having problems
with the registration but i suppose that is and interesting article like
others that the wonderful people of derby send me
the principal problem is that i'm a windows users, and i'm 'acostumbrado' to
windows tools i mean ALL VISUALLY using the mouse
the right click on the gui and then create database , then create table
create fields, stablish the types and more
making the relation between tables and more visually
that is the problem , windows style thad transformed me in a vague db model
designer ;-)

and derby is killing me by that , is all maked with the keyboard typing all
that really for me in this moment is not necesary
i'm adapted to windows form (borland too :-p )
really is a safe practice do everything to hand (writing all)
but the graphical way is a bit interesting :-p (for me less work)
and that is what i need , focus my work in other things
my sector require that (goverment directly) and with critical methodoligies
really i'm adapted to this way maibe is no the best , but i can't shutdown
all the team and less the projects :-s

On 3/9/06, Stanley Bradbury <Stan.Bradbury@gmail.com> wrote:
> yeradis wrote:
> > i'm looking documentations on derby
> > with and style of that books appeling to dummies
> >
> > something like Derby for Dummies :-p
> >
> > i can't  write that article style because i'm a newbie on derby
> > i need that
> > i'm trying to do that
> > i'm had terminated  the first chapter called SQL in 10 minutes
> > terminating now second called  Derby System Tables like a candy
> >
> > but i'm curious is there a manual similar this?
> > if there is please tell me to download it
> >
> > sorry by my english
> >
> > derby is killing me :-p ;-) :-DDD
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> Hi Yeradis -
> From the number of responses you have gotten I'd say the people on this
> list are your best bet for getting 'Derby for Dummies' type
> information.  I wrote a pretty basic article introducing Derby last year
> - it is available on-line at:
> http://www.linux-mag.com/content/view/2134/  -- let me know if this is
> helpful.
> You need to register to view the article but there were no fees the last
> time I looked.
> Also, as Rajesh mentioned, take a look at the preliminary drafts of Ch 1
> and Ch 2 of Working With Derby [WWD] - it is intended to get people
> using Derby as quickly as possible.  It can be downloaded with this
> URL:
> http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/attachment/12323814/workingwithderby0306.pdf
> Please let me know how these sections could be made more helpful.  WWD
> is still a work in progress and I would greatly appreciate you sharing
> your opinions with me.  NOTE:  The examples in WWD use syntax that is
> currently only available in the Derby development trunk (syntax added
> for version 10.2).  Most the syntax should be supported in the *Version
> 10.2 alpha snapshot.  *Let me know if you need help converting this to
> version 10.1 syntax.
> Lastly,  I am very interested in know more about your comment:     "
> derby is killing me :-p ; "
> The 'killing me' experience is exactly what I want to help avoid with
> the WWD document.

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