Use Derby in a J2EE Server environment

Tuesday Oct 4th 2005 by Staff

J2EE(TM) Servers are middleware software environments that bundle a number of Java Service technologies into an integrated system. Most J2EE applications require that a JDBC-compliant database be integrated with the Server to store information. This article shows how to best fit IBM Cloudscape or Derby into a J2EE environment.

[From IBM DeveloperWorks]

Application Servers (also called App Servers) are gaining popularity as a way to provide information and services to people at different locations without regard to the type of computer they are using. Typically the App Server sits between a database or other information store (called the backend) and an end-user / customer (called the client) creating what is termed a "three-tier architecture." This article discusses setting up IBM Cloudscape or Derby as the backend for a system using an Application Server that is compliant with Sun's Java Enterprise Edition (J2EE) specification. In the configuration described here, the database management system (DBMS) may also be referred to by the term Resource Manager.

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