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 Raj > I have a very basic database (one table) that I want to create in > InstantDB (currently in Access). I've looked at some of the supplied > scripts, and think that I understand the syntax, but I'm not sure how I go > about running my own script to create the database. java org.enhydra.instantdb.ScriptTool myscript.txt > > Also, if I don't supply a path to the .prp file in the connection string, will it > be assumed to be in the same directory as the class being executed? > It will look for the .prp file in the directory you were in when you typed the "java" command, i.e. the current directory. > Eg, if I have the line: > Connection con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:idb:foo.prp"); > > and the program is c:\bar\myclass.java, will the connection look in the > appropriate directory, or do absolute paths always have to be given? > No, it will look in the current directory, regardless of where the class is loaded from. Absolute paths are generally best, although for portability reasons I can understand why you may not want to use them. Regards Pete -- Peter Hearty peter.hearty@lutris.com Lutris Technologies (UK) http://www.lutris.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Raj Bhaskar" <9705228b@student.gla.ac.uk> To: Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 8:40 PM Subject: InstantDB: Creating new tables with scripts > Hi all, > I have a very basic database (one table) that I want to create in > InstantDB (currently in Access). I've looked at some of the supplied > scripts, and think that I understand the syntax, but I'm not sure how I go > about running my own script to create the database. > > Also, if I don't supply a path to the .prp file in the connection string, will it > be assumed to be in the same directory as the class being executed? > > Eg, if I have the line: > Connection con= DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:idb:foo.prp"); > > and the program is c:\bar\myclass.java, will the connection look in the > appropriate directory, or do absolute paths always have to be given? > > Thanks for your patience (I'm still very new with InstantDB), > Raj. > ------------------------------------------------------------------ > __ __ > | | | | Rajnish Bhaskar, University of Glasgow > |_ / |_ / E-Mail: rajy@i.am > | \ | \ Home Page: http://i.am/rajy > | \ |__/ > Help feed the hungry people of the world. > Give a free donation of food at http://www.thehungersite.com > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- > To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send email to majordomo@enhydra.org > with the text "unsubscribe instantdb" in the body of the email. > If you have other questions regarding this mailing list, send email to > the list admin at owner-instantdb@enhydra.org. > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this mailing list, send email to majordomo@enhydra.org with the text "unsubscribe instantdb" in the body of the email. If you have other questions regarding this mailing list, send email to the list admin at owner-instantdb@enhydra.org.