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By: Sergio Cardoso
Abstract: Connect to an JDataStore database with ControlCenter in just a few, easy steps.
Borland® ControlCenter® simplifies and integrates the analysis, design, implementation, deployment, and debugging of complex applications. Developers using it for the first time often experience the kind of dramatic increase in productivity that they experienced when they first used a good, integrated development environment like Delphi® or JBuilder®. Developers building applications that rely on databases with complex schema and tables will love the way ControlCenter lets them visualize database layout and alter that layout from within a robust, design time environment.
The setup routine outlined below helps you connect to an InterBase database with ControlCenter in just a few, easy steps.
What is needed
Steps to setup JDataStore
The filled in default profile will look as below:
Note: If you use the Local JDBC driver use the following for the Profile information for the JDataStore server and JDataStore driver:
Control Center will let you create an Entity-Relationship Diagram from scratch, but you can get a jump-start by importing one based on the JDBC connection to a database.
Now you can modify, add, remove tables, and attributes. Add relationships and contrains.
Finally you can either generate a new database based on the modified diagram or generate a SQL DDL script to run.
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