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From George H <george....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: J9 + Encrypted Embedded Database
Date Fri, 19 Jun 2009 09:05:52 GMT

I have no idea about J9 but I have created encrypted derby databases and I
think your missing some parameters.


The above will get you a somewhat decent encrypted DB.. if you consider DES
as decent. You'd need to change the privider and algorithm to apply a strong

Hope this helps.
George H

On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 11:53 AM, Cuong <cuong.luu@kirona.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> So far I have an unencrypted embedded database which I can use within an
> OSGi bundle running inside the Knopflerfish framework.
> This database was created using the ij tool (using Java 1.4)
> CONNECT 'jdbc:derby:MYDB;create=true;
> This all works fine with even when I'm running with J9 (with JSR169.jar).
> Now I need to encrypt this database, therefore I had to change by database
> creation script
> CONNECT 'jdbc:derby:MYDB;create=true;
>                dataEncryption=true;
>                bootPassword=we1come;'
> The database will be created successfully, but when I try to 'open' the
> database (setting the appropriate parameters) I get the following errors
> java.sql.SQLException: Encryption algorithm 'DES/CBC/NoPadding' does not
> exist. Please check that the chosen provider 'default' supports this
> algorithm.
> Using Java 1.4 it will all be fine.
> Has anyone successfully created and opened an encrypted database using j9?
> There doesn't seem to be a definitive guide on how to do this.
> Thanks in advance.
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