Apache Derby is a nifty Java database that has it's roots with Cloudscape Inc., which was bought by Informix an
As my time allows, I will be blogging on some of the proposals that we are particularily interested to get feedback to give those watching this JSR a snap-shot of our progress.
So watch out for future blogs on JDBC Ease-of-Development, XML and SQL:2003 alignment, Connection management and other topics over the next few weeks.
Until next time...
Today the culmination of nearly 3 years of work bore fruit with the release of J2SE 5.0 GA, our production ready release of the next generation Java platform.
Graham Hamilton announced the GA release in his blog early this morning.
The following walks you through how to get the Blue Prints application, Adventure Builder to
work with the MySQL database.
Just quick BLOG today, as I am about to head to Ventura, CA for a weekend of sailing around the Channel Islands. We have just released our first Maintenance Release of JDBC RowSet Implementations.
In this instance, we have put together a set of tutorials and samples, and also have structured this co-bundles so you can immediately over-lay use RowSet in any of the three target containers Sun's App Server 8.0 PE (this the same as the free J2EE 1.4 SDK), Sun's Web Server 6.1, and Tomcat 5.0.
To use the co-bundle,
My immediate impression of JavaOne 2004 is certainly positive and I have already met some very interesting folks who are using Java innotive ways. Jonathan Schwartz gave an excellent key note this
morning and emphasized that the majority of innovation happens elsewhere.
Our thoughts on introducing exception chaining are centered on much of the feedback we received from the JDBC RowSet Implementations 1.0 release, both from public forums such as ServerSide and on feedback email aliases.
By defining a group of methods that allow a
Throwable instance to b
I look forward to seeing many of you at JavaOne 2004, especially at our two talks that will cover JDBC 4.0 and how to maximize how the best performance with your JDBC enabled applications.