Properties and look at the examples there. Haven’t seen that in this form before. The first step is to learn how to view the information provided to your application about the error encountered by the database, as shown in Listing 4. Together, these pieces provide most of the necessary functionality, as you can see in the complete connection example provided in Listing 7. Rather than getting bogged down in these details, which will be addressed in future articles, this article focuses on the most basic technique for establishing a connection between a Java application and an embedded Apache Derby database. Hey Paul, I just found out that the related jar derby.

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In the context of a database, metadata describes that particular database, such as the name of the database, its version number, or the name of the JDBC driver making the connection.

Hey Paul, I just found out that the related jar derby. In this case, you can use the metadata to determine the capabilities of a particular database and JDBC driver at run time.

I’m downloading the derby setup again. This class is all you need to establish a database connection via JDBC to an embedded Apache Derby database, and it’s exactly what is provided in the sample code that you compiled and executed at the beginning of this article. But really it’s simple: Java database development with Apache Derby, Part 1. Thanks for the super fast advice.


Hi Paul, I changed the properties file as follows: Comments Sign in or register to add and subscribe to comments. Today most drivers, including those you use to connect to a Derby database, are Type 4 drivers, which means they’re written entirely in the Java language and directly translate the JDBC API into drby vendor-specific database protocol.

In particular that line of Java code where you tried to declare the jdbc. No Paul, I’m saying that the jar file derby. Before calling the method, you first check that there is at least one SQL warning; if so, you pass the first SQLWarning object to the appropriate method. Metadata is data that describes data. This connection URL should look familiar — it’s exactly what you used in previous articles when issuing a connect command in the ij tool. This topic is beyond the scope of this article; consult the Derby Developer’s Guidewhich is available via the link to the Derby online manuals in the Related topics section of this article.

Haven’t seen that in this form before.

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Future articles will build on the techniques presented in this article to issue queries to a Derby database and process the results from within a Java application.

You must add vorname. The reason for the chaining is simple: First, however, you must have a working installation of the Apache Derby database software, as discussed in the first article in this series.

This application includes the error-handling functions discussed in Listing 4.


Java database development with Apache Derby, Part 1

Sign up using Facebook. If you’ve never encountered metadata, it may seem like a strange concept. I’ve run all the classes in that jar which end with Driver i.

To demonstrate how this code can properly handle SQL warnings derbby errors, you can re-execute the code, which first displays the warning information that indicates the database wasn’t created because it already exists followed by the standard information about the database and JDBC driver that were displayed previously.

Future articles will explore alternative database connection techniques see, for example, the sidebar What about a DataSource?

Other possible errors are forgetting to compile the Java source code by using the javac tool or being in the wrong directory. Consider Paul’s rocket mass heater. Database metadata is most useful if you’re developing a database application that must interact with a number of different databases or JDBC drivers.

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I had also removed the quotes from jdbc. To make things easier, Apache Derby always places the most important exception first in any exception chain. Can not find driver? It seems that the derby driver is not getting registered with the driver manager.