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Please helps us one Database for our Java Development and this must be like MS Access Database in deployment (free licence) and that must support all platforms ( Since JDatastore from Borland is asking deployment licence, we are looking alternate)
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What about Adabase D? It comes with Sun's StarOffice. I'm not sure what the licensing agreement says on distribution, but I'm know how you can find out...
 
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"mp_sathya",
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You'd probably be better asking this question in the JDBC forum. All the Java database experts hang ouut there, so I've moved this post.
 
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How about MySQL?
 
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Check out ORacle 8i
 
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mysql easy to use install and confiure to wok with jdbc. www.mysql.com for downloads www.worldserver.com/mm.mysql for jdbc driver
all free small downlaod.
post again for q's regarding installation and configuring
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"jayakeshpk",
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If you have ODBC on your machine...
You do not need a DATABASE to develop and test you JAVA/JDBC code.
Define your ODBC User Data Source Name as a MS Text File.
By default tables will be created you current dir.
ie.
String url = "jdbc dbc:textDB";
Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver");
Hope this helps...
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Multi-Platform Database Developer
[This message has been edited by Monty Ireland (edited February 13, 2001).]
 
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Hi
check the following dbs which is avaiable in all platform
InstantDB and HypersonicSQL
raghu
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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