Tony Romano

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Thanks for the kind and useful reply. I recall from the immemorial (a long time ago i.e. mid 80’s) that LISP was the putative programming language for AI development and I was under the impression that one could segue from Java to LISP or more recent languages (i.e. Python as you asserted). I retired very early (in 2005) and since the advent of COVID, I started to dust my Java skills and write code again (so much has changed,  a steep learning curve I must admit, modules, lambda, JavaFX, etc.) I was not even aware that Java had an AI framework, something to dip my nose into and I will check Python as well.
Thanks again.
@Campbell Ritchie
Thanks, perhaps, I did it inadvertently and I am glad that you merged it.
@Jj Roberts:
Hi, I only have two topics, one about database error and one about AI. Do you mean you merged these two topics?

Out of curiosity, I would like to know where a Java developer should start to learn about the the AI paradigm and perhaps to segue from Java to AI development.

Any insights will be a tremendous help.
I am using a database script to create a database with 3 tables and populate the tables with data.

Database informatiom: Apache Derby database
Driver information: org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver version driver.
URL: jdbc:derby:testdb;create=true

I am calling the database script from a pom.xml file. In the pom.xml, I am using the "sql-maven-plugin" plugin by "org.codehaus.mojo". This plugin runs the script file(s) listed in the pom. I use a simple script by apache derby that sets the classpath and the module-path environment variables for the command prompt session. When running the Maven from the Windows 10 command line "mvn clean install", I receive the following error:
Driver class not found: org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver

I can fix this error by using an older version of the database driver (org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver version then the pom.xml executes the database script successfully and I end up with a database and 3 populated tables.

Any insights, what might cause of this anomalous behavior?

Thanks in advance.
3 weeks ago