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From Jim Shea <js...@jpl.nasa.gov>
Subject Re: Derby in JEE appserver
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2007 23:49:57 GMT
Stanley Bradbury wrote:
> Nat Gross wrote:
>> If all users access the database via a J2ee or JEE application server, 
>> which Derby mode is recommended?
>> 1. Performance wise.
>> 2. Db Admin wise.
>> Thanks;
>> nat
> Since the App server provides nework connectivity most people simply 
> embed Derby in the App Server, setup the necessary datasources and use 
> these to access the database(s) (three Derby  with App server papers can 
> be found at:  http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/index.html).
> If, however, you need to access the database from an application that 
> will not be using the datasource(s) registered with the App server then 
> you will need to use Network Server as well.  These is increased 
> administration and slight performance degredation when Network server is 
> used.

To use the Network Server, how would one change the Global Datasource in 
the Global Context example at 

Would it just require a change to the driverClassName? If so to what?

Would it be possible to quantify the amount of performance degradation 
using the Network Server over the Embedded Driver?



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