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From yeradis <yera...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [WWD] Chap 3 and 4 submitted for review
Date Fri, 24 Mar 2006 12:43:46 GMT
sorry if my words seem to crude that no was my intention really
sotty
the problem is that my litttle english sometime dont have other words to
write waht i think
Jeff sorry to you too

and sorry to everybody really

Yeradis P. Barbosa Marrero

On 3/24/06, yeradis <yeradis@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> hi stanley , GREAT JOB
>
> there is a problem (i think is a problem maibe not) but
> in ALL documents i had read said the same way to configure the derby
> engine on windows
> and  say
>
> On Windows platforms:
> -------------------------------------------
> set DERBY_HOME=C:\derby
> md DERBYDBS
> cd DERBYDBS
> copy %DERBY_HOME%\demo\scripts\toursDB.sql .
>
>
> the command SET for me on windows dont work on any way
> maibe my windows is guilty, i have windows 2003 enterprise edition
> and dont handle the console command very well , i dont know , but i tried
> to setup parameters on windows using the way that is described in all
> documents and no one work for me
> i want to think is my windows that has a problem
>
> i can use derby because i go directly to the derby database and use all
> frome there
>
> for example if i want to go to use IJ i point my console path to C:\DB-
> Derby-10.1.2.1-bin\frameworks\embedded\bin
>
> i mean
>
> c:\>cd DB-Derby-10.1.2.1-bin\frameworks\embedded\bin
>
> and use it
>
> if i want to use the derby to test some options i say to me JBuilder ,
> that the derby driver is a library required by my project
>
> i'm was working on the solution to try to fix this problem of the setup
> for me and to comunicate how i fixed , but i cant in this momento there is a
> problem with a system i built and the problem is with core of the operating
> system :-(
>
> very well stanley i think is very good your job
>
> and Jeff Levitt
> you have the rigth on some of your topic , but stanley is writing
> listening the opinion from people like us you and me jeff, and others course
>
> maibe how now , tomorrow stanley found a new way to write that is
> accesible to all us and change the format of  the book he is writing
>
> jeff --> i think the answer is that it is a document for users who are
> more advanced, and so I think we could skip some of the more basic
>
> descriptions of what the code is doing.  We should focus more on the
> Derby-specific steps
>
> i think you have true but not in all
> yes is true that can have more adanced skills
>
> but i think the work that stanley is doing MUST BE FOR EVERY BODY i dont
> think what stanley think  sorry to speak by me
> but i think mus be for beginners users to advanced users , increasing the
> percent of skills
> i need to have points for beginners and for for medium user and for
> advanced users
>
> and if you are an advanced user just skip the part you think is to obvious
> to you and go to the point that is from your interest
>
> stanley i think you must give your opinion of what is the orientation of
> your work wtih your write
>
> from beginner , medium , advanced ???
>
> jeff is true that stanley need found the BEST format for what he is
> writing
>
> but if he want and i thinks yes , he will listen our all opinions and the
> decide waht to do
>
> stanley here you have my hand and mind if you want and opinion
>
> thanks again stanley for your job
>
> and sorry for my english people
>
>
> On 3/23/06, Stanley Bradbury <Stan.Bradbury@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Susan Cline wrote:
> >
> > >--- Stanley Bradbury < Stan.Bradbury@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >>I've submitted Chapters 1 and 2 of the Work With Derby [WWD] document
> > >>for feedback.
> > >>The latest revision of Working With Derby has been posted to Jira.  It
> >
> > >>can be downloaded using:
> > >>
> > >>http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/attachment/12324531/WWDpdfNjava0323.zip
> >
> > >>
> > >>This contains the newly completed chapters 3 and 4.  Please focus
> > first
> > >>on the initial review of these chapters.  The PDF file and related
> > JAVA
> > >>code are contained in the file:   WWDpdfNjava0323.zip
> > >>
> > >>
> > >
> > >[ snip ]
> > >
> > >I unzipped the file and looked at the PDF, but I do not see a chapter
> > 4.  I see an Intro,
> > >Activity 1, Activity 2 and Activity 3.  Do chapters 3 and 4 correspond
> > to Activity 2 and Activity
> > >3?
> > >
> > >I like the Activity 3 example.  One suggestion would be is to check the
> > command line parameter
> > >to make sure it is not over 32 characters.  I "made a wish" for
> > something that was over
> > >32 characters and got a stack trace that was not too user friendly.
> > >
> > >It might be nice for new derby users (and if they happened to be new to
> > Java too) to
> > >get a usage message instead of a stack trace if they made this same
> > error.
> > >
> > >Thanks,
> > >
> > >Susan
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > Hi Susan -
> > Sorry, I thought DITA would label chapters *OOPS* - what I submitted is
> > the next two sections (sections 3 and 4) that correspond to Activities 2
> >
> > and 3.  Sorry for the confusion - still getting use to PDFs and DITA.
> > And thanks for the suggested integrity check (32 chars or less) - I will
> > add it.
> >
> >
> >
> >
>

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