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Query abt Cloudscape

 
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hi
i want to use Cloudscape database with entity bean.
I dont know anything Cloudscape.
Like oracle how will i create table inside Cloudscape?
Is there any console for Cloudscape where i can fire sql queries to create,update and delete table?
 
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Hi

Just registered & saw your post.

I guess you can get a console for cloudscape by (not sure about it, try the help of it)

>cloudscape -isql

Ah... the Java Doc for J2EE_SDK-version_1.3 also describe this option ... you may look to it.

/kenneth
 
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Can I see the Cloudscape database contents where CMP/BMP entity beans are persisted in a GUI way?


You can definitely see those persisted tables in a GUI way. After the release of J2EE 1.3 Cloudscape database was acquired by IBM. Thats why Sun stopped bundling Cloudscape alongwith J2EE kit.

If you�ve configured J2EE_HOME system variable properly following command will give you Cloudscape database contents in GUI way. You may save following command in some batch file like cloudview.bat.

java -classpath "%classpath%";%J2EE_HOME%\lib\jhall.jar;%J2EE_HOME%\lib\cloudscape\cloudclient.jar;%J2EE_HOME%\lib\cloudscape\RmiJdbc.jar;%J2EE_HOME%\lib\cloudscape\cloudview.jar COM.cloudscape.tools.cview %J2EE_HOME%\cloudscape\CloudscapeDB
 
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