As for Cloudscape: Read this article: “Changes in Cloudscape Availability and Support”:
Sha Jiang [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Freitag, 14. Dezember 2007 02:27
To: Derby Discussion
Subject: Re: Commercial Support for
IBM supports Apache Derby, too.
Of course, IBM's distribution is Cloudscape, like Sun's.
In my memory, Derby=Java DB=Cloudscape.
In fact, IBM and Sun respectively provide some developers to build the database in Apache community.
But...it said that there's a bit of difference between the distributions.
But...I think the tiny differences isn't a trouble.
Most importantly, you should contact one of the corporations, then make your decision.
a cup of Java, cheers!
2007/12/14, Test <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I am sorry if this is too
naive question, but if we use Apache Derby
(not JavaDB) does that still mean that Sun would support it? I am a bit
puzzled about semantics as it seems that JavaDB IS Apache Derby (and
vice-versa), but I am not sure what does that mean when you make a phone
call (e.g. calling Microsoft to report an issue about Windows XP running
Michelle Caisse wrote:
> Sun offers support for Java DB, their distribution of Derby. See
> -- Michelle
> Ivan B wrote:
>> My company is evaluating Derby as DB of the choice (moving away from
>> BDB). Can anyone tell me if there is any commercial grade support for
>> Derby DB (someone that we would pay in the case of escalations)?