I dont think so...
Daniel Noz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I develop a richt client application with netbeans using derby-db and
toplink as JPA implementation.
If i use the embedded driver (see <property name="toplink.jdbc.driver"
value="org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver"/>) it works great to
However i cant see anything within the database, i am using. I can
connect, hower i dont see any created tables or data within...? Is
this a feature with the embedded driver?
I know that my Entity Objects are within the database...if i use the
entitymanager to find the persited object..it works great...
By the way: I dont use the JavaEE lookup. I create the necessary
EntityManager instance like this:
EntityManagerFactory factory =
EntityManager em = factory.createEntityManager();
Can anyone help me and tell me if this is a feature or how to find the
created table or data within?
Could it be that you have two different databases with the same name
in different locations?
A similar situation was discussed here a while back. See
thats what i see within netbeans...
and here is my persistance.xml
i am meanwhile going to read through the link you sent me...thanks...