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From Rick Hillegas <Richard.Hille...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Unable to connect. Cannot establish connection to <derby databas url>
Date Fri, 05 Feb 2010 13:26:50 GMT
Hi Theuns,

These sound like issues with the database support in Netbeans. I think 
that you will get answers faster if you post your issues to the Netbeans 
user list.

Hope this helps,
-Rick

theuns wrote:
> I would appreciate it if somebody can give me explanation of what
> happend with my derby database.
>
> The database was operational for sometime without any troubles, and was
> behaving. Today i removed a record from a table by using the "Delete
> Selected Record(s)" button from the SQL Command page in Netbeans.
> I may had finger trouble and used the "Truncate Table" button.
>
> But all of a sudden the table disappeared from the list, i decided then
> to close everything and try to connect again, where i get the following
> message:
>
> "Unable to connect. Cannot establish a connection to <derbydb url> using
> org.apache.derby.jdbc.Clientdriver(DERBY SQL Error: SQLCODE: -1,
> SQLSTATE XJ040, XSQLERRMC: Failed to start database <derbydb url>. see
> the next exception for more details"  
>
> While playing around trying to get the database back online again, i
> noticed that when setting up a jdbc:derby network connection, that when
> the wizard ask to select a schema from the database, it by default
> choose the "APP" schema and my schema is not available in the list.
>
> I then renamed the database folder, of the database, set a new
> jdbc:derby connection up to the database and all of a sudden my schema
> is available, and everything is back to normal again.
>
> What happened?
> 1. After a truncate of a table, the schema is gone?
> 2. After renaming the database folder, the schema is back?
>
> Regards
> Theuns Heydenrych
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