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Re: [OT] H2 / HSQLDB / Derby? Noah White Thu Feb 02 22:10:00 2012

I have used Embedded Derby w/JPA2 (Eclipselink) both in-memory mode and file 
mode with great results. Its worth at list putting on your list of solutions to 
evaluate.

-Noah


On Jan 26, 2012, at 2:20 AM, Paul Libbrecht wrote:

>> Last time I checked there was still no real JDBC driver for sqlite worthy of 
>> the name. You have to use one of those sqlite Java wrappers.
> 
> 
> Just as a rant: JDBC really really really is not the panacea!
> It's fairly old and grumpy. But it's very widely deployed!
> 
> If looking at alternative storages, there are loads of them.
> We've been using Lucene for a purely java-native-storage and it has worked 
> very well in performance and a good support for streams (which has been often 
> an issue in JDBC's applications).
> 
> That said, Derby was also used by my former group and has worked real well, 
> e.g. to build on things that need JDBC such as Hibernate.
> 
> Whatever the storage, restore methods are needed, and better have them in 
> some external format such as XML and zips instead of concrete-schema-specific 
> exports such as SQL.
> 
> paul
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