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Question : Pure Java Databases

 
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I'm read sample chapter of this book that i have some question about "Pure Java Database".

In this chapter, you refer to 3 pure java databaase such as hsqldb,McKoi SQL and Axion DB.

How are different about 3 database type?
what is the best performance of 3 database type?
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Do you know another pure java database in commercial/opensource database ?


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Originally posted by somkiat puisungnoen:
How are different about 3 database type?
what is the best performance of 3 database type?

What do you mean by "3 database types"?

Originally posted by somkiat puisungnoen:
Do you know another pure java database in commercial/opensource database ?

Googling for pure java database gives plenty of hits...
 
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Originally posted by Lasse Koskela:
Googling for pure java database gives plenty of hits...



I think he was talking about 3 database viz. hsqldb,McKoi SQL and Axion DB.
 
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McKoi DB seems pretty fast but is still an up-and-coming product. I would definetively recomemnd HSQLDB or the recently released CloudEscape (don't remember the Open Source name). Axion is still not quite ready for production use.
 
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One of the most interesting solutions (left behind here) is the Sleepycat Berkely DB (Java Edition).

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