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From Suavi Ali Demir <dem...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Derby Protocols
Date Sat, 20 May 2006 20:42:23 GMT
derby:net is to connect to the network server, which could be running on another machine. it
has host:port to connect to. You start the derby network server and it runs as a database
server to serve many clients.
  jdbc:derby:dbname is used to connect to a local database in embedded mode (derby classes
run as part of your application). in this case, derby is not running as a server listening
on a port number. your application is the database engine in that case. there is no host:port
in such urls. URL could be like:
  only 1 process at a time can use a local database using jdbc:derby:dbname connection.

Maryam Moazeni <mmoazeni@gmail.com> wrote:
  What is the difference between this 
  "jdbc:derby:net://localhost:1527/" ??
  Thanks in advance,

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