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developerWorks: Database Development with Apache Derby, Part 2

May 18, 2006, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Learn about several basic database concepts, including schemas, tables, and column data types, and get a simple introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL). This article--focusing on the database developer role--presents the basic data types you can use to store data in an Apache Derby database, and then you'll use them to create a simple schema with two tables in Apache Derby for a fictitious store. To view the schema contents of a database, you'll use the Apache Derby tool, dblook, to dump the contents of the database. The article wraps up with a brief discussion on dropping tables..."

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