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Re: Newbie Q: name of driver et al


howdy!

i'm getting this mail from you, and don't know why!

could you please check it out!?

thanks!
Luis Burnay

martin.husted@notes.electrolux.dk wrote:
> 
> Hey Dan,
> Hope this will help:
> 
> 1) Yes
> 
> 3) Here is a small test program of mine:
> 
> import java.sql.*;
> import jdbc.idbDriver;
> 
> public class testInstantDB{
> 
>   static Connection con;
> 
>   public testInstantDB2_32() throws Exception{
> 
>     idbDriver idb1=new idbDriver();
>     Class.forName ("jdbc.idbDriver");                   // InstantDB
>     String dsn = "jdbc:idb:boss.prp";                          // InstantDB  prp
>  file
> 
>     con = DriverManager.getConnection(dsn);
>     con.setAutoCommit(false);
> 
>     Statement stmt;
>     ResultSet rs;
> 
>     stmt = con.createStatement();
> 
>     stmt.execute("drop table datetest");
> 
>     stmt.execute("create table datetest (data0 integer,data1 integer, data2
> integer)");
> 
>     stmt.execute("insert into datetest values (0,1,2)");
> 
>     rs = stmt.executeQuery("select * from datetest");
> 
>     while (rs.next()){
>       System.out.println("data0:"+rs.getString(1)+" data1:"+rs.getString(2)+"
> data2:"+rs.getString(3));
>     }
> 
>     rs.close();
>     stmt.close();
>     con.commit();
>     con.close();
>   }
> 
>   public static void main(String[] args){
>     try{
>       testInstantDB2_32 test= new testInstantDB2_32();
>     }
>     catch (Exception e){
>       e.printStackTrace();
>     }
>   }
> }
> 
> Martin
> 
> Dan Johnsson <dan.johnsson@frobozz.se> on 12-10-99 23:19:11
> 
> To:   instantdb@smartcard.co.uk
> cc:
> Subject:  Newbie Q: name of driver et al
> 
> Here comes some questions that probably are trivial (but not in the FAQ),
> but I am on a heavy deadline and haven't got the time to wait. Please
> forgive me for not having the time to "listen in" carefully before posting.
> 
> Just to check that I have got it right:
> 
> 1) There is no ordinary "server process" in Instant DB. The JVM that opens
> a connection to will do the job; and when it closes down all the data will
> be written to the file system. So between uses of the database, the
> database exsists fully on the file system. Right?
> 
> 2) Databases are identified by their property file, and it is the property
> file you give in the url when creating a connection. Right?
> 
> 3) How does the DriverManager get my driver? Usually you force loading of
> the driver with Class.forName(driverClassNameString). What is the name of
> the Driver-class in InstantDB?
> 
> Thanks a lot in advance to whoever answers my questions!
> 
>         Dan Johnsson
> 
> ----------------------------------
> Dan Johnsson, Java Head Teacher
> Frobozz AB;   Sweden
> 
> E-Mail: Dan Johnsson <dan.johnsson@frobozz.se>
> Date: 13-Oct-99       Time: 00:03:27
> ----------------------------------