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From Lin Sun <>
Subject Re: derby network server
Date Fri, 09 Feb 2007 16:24:11 GMT
Actually the dependency is already there.  If you build geronimo, you 
can see it in configs\system-database\target\plan\plan.xml where it has 
the DerbyNetwork GBean configuration.


Clayton Hicklin wrote:
> It appears that the DerbyNetwork gbean can't find the derbynet.jar.  When
> it starts up, you get an error in the derby.log file to that effect.  If I
> put derbynet.jar in the classpath (like jre/lib/ext), it works.  It kind
> of sounds like a dependency issue.  Is there something I could put in
> config.xml to load the derbynet.jar for the DerbyNetwork gbean? Something
> like:
> <dependency>
>  <artifactId>derbynet</artifactId>
> </dependency>
> Although, I'm not exactly sure where to put it.  Thanks!
> David Jencks wrote:
>> On Feb 8, 2007, at 9:26 PM, Clayton Hicklin wrote:
>>> How do I enable the derby network server in geronimo-2.0-M2?  It
>>> appears
>>> that it has be either removed or disabled due to security reasons?
>> not intentionally
>>>   Is
>>> there a way to enable it or do I have to write a gbean to do this?
>> It should be working just the same as in 1.x.  We have been having
>> some compatibility issues with the newer derby versions and 2.0 might
>> be stuck on a version where the tranql connector for derby network
>> local transaction datasource doesn't work.  I don't have an easy way
>> to test this at the moment.... if you are using the tranql connectors
>> try the derby xa one.
>> thanks
>> david jencks
>>> Thanks!
>>> --
>>> Clayton Hicklin

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