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From dmclea...@comcast.net
Subject Re: 'Derby Developer's Guide' error?
Date Wed, 11 Oct 2006 15:58:44 GMT
In the "embedded environment", the application loads the driver and uses a database that is
on the local file system. Everything happens inside that single JVM.

In the "client/server environment", a Derby server process is started on a server and client
applications connect to it over the network.

I have only every used the "embedded environment" myself.

Donald

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: michael connor <michael.connor@homecall.co.uk>
> In the 'Derby Developer's Guide' under 'After Installing':
> -- The text refers to 'install.html' being installed with Derby.
> This does not exist in the UNIX binary distribution.  Is
> this Windows specific?
> --Also, what does "the Derby development environment"
> mean here? To me this suggests some kind of IDE, and is
> especially confusing when 'environment' is specifically
> defined in the 'Getting started with Derby' manual under
> 'Terminology':
>  "The two types of environments are the embedded
>  environment and the client/server environment."
> Since I can't find 'install.html' this question is left hanging.

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