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Apache Derby Tutorial

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Perhaps the right database to use for a Java application...
Apache Derby - which is the name we'll stick with throughout the rest of this article - used to belong to Informix, who had bought a company called Cloudscape who had developed a SQL-compliant Java relational database. Informix was in turn swallowed up by IBM, who eventually open sourced Cloudscape by contributing the code to Apache Software Foundation. Cloudscape became Apache Derby, though when Sun Microsystems decided to add it to the Java 6.0 SDK, they christened it the Java DB.
 read more | mail this link | score:8157 | -Ray, September 19, 2007
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