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From Duncan Groenewald <duncangroenew...@xtra.co.nz>
Subject Re: Derby vs. Hypersonic SQL
Date Wed, 30 Aug 2006 12:16:41 GMT
Thanks - I'll check it out as its the one reason I sopped using it.

David Van Couvering wrote:
> FYI, GRANT/REVOKE is now implemented in 10.2.  There are a lot of new 
> features in 10.2, including XML support, online backup, show 
> table/describe...
> For the full list see http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/TenTwoSnapshot
> David
> Duncan Groenewald wrote:
>> I have used both and now rely on McKoiDB for the majority of work.  
>> While it lacks one or two features it has proven to be very stable 
>> and reliable.  Derby lacks a couple of key features I needed, 
>> especially no user access control (GRANT, REVOKE).
>> I found Hypersonic's persistent to be unreliable and gave up after 
>> experiencing corruption on a number of databases.
>> I started a simple evaluation document to compare key features I 
>> needed which might help.  Send me your email address and I'll forward 
>> you a copy if you would like.
>> Regards
>> Duncan
>> Robert Enyedi wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> We have a MySQL database with around 50 tables and we are thinking 
>>> about supporting other database engines too. After studying the 
>>> options on the Java DB engine implementations, it seems that there 
>>> are two important contenders: Apache Derby and Hypersonic SQL. While 
>>> our feeling is that Hypersonic SQL is a more mature product, Derby 
>>> seems to be hyped about a lot these days and it also has quite some 
>>> history since the days of Informix and Cloudscape.
>>> Could you please help in our decision by pointing out some 
>>> advantages and shortcomings of Apache Derby versus Hypersonic SQL?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Robert

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