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One$DB is an Open Source version of Daffodil DB, our commercial Java Database. One$DB is a standards based (JDBC 3.0 and SQL 99 compliant), platform independent, footprint size database that can be embedded into any application and requires zero or minima

Open Source Java Database

  1. An Open Source Java Database
    One$DB is an Open Source version of Daffodil DB, our commercial Java Database. One$DB is a standards based (JDBC 3.0 and SQL 99 compliant), platform independent, footprint size database that can be embedded into any application and requires zero or minimal administration. Daffodil DB is the first Java database that has shown the capability to take on enterprise databases with its high performance in real time environments, Compiere compatibility being the best example so far. One$DB is exactly the same as Daffodil DB barring a few features and has been made available in both Embedded and Network editions.
       
  2. Open Source Database
    One$DB is an Open Source version of Daffodil DB, our commercial Java Database. One$DB is a standards based (JDBC 3.0 and SQL 99 compliant), platform independent, footprint size database that can be embedded into any application and requires zero or minimal administration. One$DB is has been made available in both Embedded and Network editions . Few key features of One$DB are:
    1. Stored Procedures
    2. MVCC
    3. Triggers
    4. Views
       
  3. Sun Releases Open-Source Java Database
    Sun Microsystems Inc. announced a move into the database world with the release of Java DB, a distribution of the Apache Derby open-source database technology. During a keynote at the Apache Software Foundation's ApacheCon in San Diego, Tim Bray, director of Web Technologies at Sun and XML specification co-editor, said Sun was incorporating the open-source Java DB into the Sun Java Enterprise System and providing additional support for the database with the NetBeans IDE (integrated development environment) 5.0 plug-in.
      
  4. IBM to Release Java Database to Open-Source Group 
    IBM has bequeathed to the open-source movement something it desperately needs: a full-featured, enterprise-ready Java database. The embeddable database, acquired when IBM purchased Informix in 2001, represents a sizable slice?$85 million?of the $1 billion IBM paid for Informix. The full-featured Java database is the first full, commercial product donated to open source, and definitely the first fully functional Java database?something sorely needed in that community, said Paul Rivot, director of Database Servers and Business Intelligence at IBM.
       
  5. Open Source Native XML Database
    eXist is an Open Source native XML database featuring efficient, index-based XQuery processing, automatic indexing, extensions for full-text search, XUpdate support and tight integration with existing XML development tools. The database implements the current XQuery 1.0 working draft as of November, 2003 (for the core syntax, some details already following later versions), with the exception of the XML schema related features.
        

  6. An Open Source Database Benchmark
    PolePosition is an open source Java framework for benchmarking databases. The impetus behind PolePosition came from the observation that developers evaluating candidate databases for future applications often resorted to constructing ad hoc benchmarks rather than using "canned" benchmark tests (or relying on vendor-provided data). This is entirely understandable; to properly evaluate a database for a specific project, you would want to exercise that database in ways that correspond to the application's use of it. Put another way, if the target application will use the database in read-only fashion, you'll have little interest in a benchmark that runs the database through write operations.
       
  7. Sun plugs in open-source Java database
    Sun Microsystems said, it is now distributing an open-source Java database within its Java server software products. In addition, Sun said it has created a plug-in which will allow the database to work closely with Sun's NetBeans open-source development tool. Sun began committing engineers to the Apache Derby project, which IBM started with the donation of an embedded Java database. The Sun-supported version of that database is called open Java DB. Sun uses it in the latest version of its Java Enterprise System suite.  
      
  8. IBM to make Java database open source
    The move to make its database products open source deepens IBM's commitment to the open-source development model. With its multibillion-dollar investment in Linux, Big Blue is credited with having made open-source technology more palatable to corporate customers. The decision to release Cloudscape into open source mimics moves by other proprietary software companies, which have created open-source projects around existing products in an effort to generate more interest in the product and make it easier for programmers to access it.
      
  9. Perst Embedded Database
    Thank you for your interest in McObject's Perst embedded database, an open source, object oriented database for Java and .NET. Perst is distinguished by its ease in working with Java and C# objects, exceptional transparent persistence, and suitability for aspect-oriented programming with tools such as AspectJ and JAssist. Perst is small footprint imposes minimal demand on system resources.
      
  10. Sun adds support for open-source Java database
    Java DB, the Sun-supported version of the Apache Derby Project Java database, will now be used as the application-embedded and Java developer database for Java Enterprise System Release 4. Java DB has been incorporated into Sun's Java System Portal Server 7.0 for data storage and is used as the development database in all Sun Java System Application Servers.
       
  11. Building an Open Source J2EE Weblogger
    As a Java developer, you should be aware of the tremendous wealth of open source development software that is available for your use -- even if you have no desire to release any of your own software as open source. In this article, I will introduce you to some of the most useful open source Java development tools by showing you how I used these tools to develop a complete database-driven Web application called Roller.
      
  12. Perst, Open Source Embedded Database for Java, Released
    McObject LLC has released Perst v2.64, an open source, object-oriented embedded database for Java that offers transparent persistence and ease in working with objects.Perst's fundamental achievement lies in making persistent Java objects as efficient and easy to use as possible. In most cases, Perst automatically loads the persistent objects without explicit programmer command. When used with aspect-oriented tools such as AspectJ and JAssist, Perst provides completely transparent persistence.
       
  13. JDBC - Java Database Connectivity
    Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is a programming framework for Java developers writing programs that access information stored in databases, spreadsheets, and flat files. JDBC is commonly used to connect a user program to a "behind the scenes" database, regardless of what database management software is used to control the database. In this way, JDBC is cross-platform. This article assumes that readers already have a data source established and are moderately familiar with the Structured Query Language (SQL), the command language for adding records, retrieving records, and other basic database manipulations.
      
  14. Sun Microsystems Incorporates Open Java DB Into Java Enterprise System
    The latest release of the Sun Java Enterprise System (release 4) now uses the open Java DB as its application-embedded and Java developer database. The open Java DB is incorporated in the Sun Java System Portal Server 7.0 for use in data storage; it is used as well as the development database within all versions of the Sun Java System Application Server, including the open source Project GlassFish.
      
  15. McObject Releases Open Source Embedded Database for Java and C#
    McObject has announced its official release of Perst, an open source, object-oriented embedded database for Java and C#. In addition to high performance and a modest footprint, one of Perst's greatest achievements is its tight integration with Java and C#, resulting in exceptional 'transparent persistence' and ease in working with objects in these fast-growing programming languages.
      
  16. Database Engines
    To use a database system from Java use the JDBC classes, which allow your program to use either a local data base or one located over the Internet. To package a database engine with your program, you might consider one of the many Java open-source options. Because communication with the database is with a standard protocol (JDBC), Java programs can use databases written in any language, so there is no need to restrict your choices to those written in Java. 
      
  17. Open Source Native XML Database
    This section provides a quick but broad introduction to the APIs and interfaces provided by eXist. We begin with an overview of how to configure eXist for XQuery to begin creating and executing XQuery scripts for web applications. For this, we look at how eXist uses either the XQueryServlet servlet or XQueryGenerator (Cocoon) to generate output from XQuery scripts.  
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Posted on: January 22, 2008

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