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JBoss: Hypersonic to mysql migration

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So, now I had my server, deploying the trailbalzer and even my application without any problems, but as there's already stated that Hypersonic isn't suited for production purposes and as I discovered that my tables were gone when restarting the server (only after some more hours I understood it wasn't Hypersonic's fault, but a xml config file's), I decided to change to mySQL as a datasource for my applications using JBoss's services. Easy said...looking in a few pages/articles/threads on this subject, the only thing I got to be sure about was that there was no two opinions alike. And only for the 4.0.5 version, as I was careful not to read outdated info...
 read more | mail this link | score:7407 | -Boris Derzhavets, June 18, 2007
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