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developerWorks: IBM Integration Plug-In for Derby

Jan 18, 2005, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The IBM Integration plug-in for Derby allows for simplified database application development by combining the ease of use of Eclipse and Derby into one environment. After installing the tool the Derby database and DB2, JDBC JAR files can be added to any Eclipse Java project. The plug-in also provides access to the IBM Cloudscape ij SQL scripting tool from within Eclipse. SQL commands can be executed or whole SQL scripts can be run from ij using the Eclipse console. The Apache Derby Network Server can be configured to listen on different ports of the localhost using the Eclipse project properties and started from a menu item in Eclipse. This enables both clients from within the Eclipse environment and standalone client applications to connect to the Derby network server.

"IBM Cloudscape is the commercial release of the Apache Derby open source database. The names are used interchangeably in this article for general terms, unless reference to a specific file or name is used..."

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