and make sure to re-boot the database or derby instance for the
'derby.connection.requireAuthentication' property to be taken into
account...It is a static property.
To enable user authentication in Derby you must set the
/derby.connection.requireAuthentication/ property to true.
You can find more information about derby security on "Derby and
Security" in "/Derby Developer's Guide"
Hong Ji wrote:
> I created a derby database in Java with user name and password.
> However, the
> ij tool can open and view the database without input of the user name or
> So how could a derby database be protected? Anyone can use ij to view the
> Hong Ji