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By: Sergio Cardoso
Abstract: Resources on how to get up-to-speed with JDataStore.
To help you get started using JDataStore, please refer to the following
chapters in the documentation
files that are posted for download at https://info.borland.com/techpubs/jdatastore/.
Using JDBC for Data Access
For access to an HTML version of the Online Documentation select the
JDataStore Developer's Guide from the JBuilder 9 Documentation:
JDS Server can run as a service or a daemon
Users can now choose to have JDataStore run as a service on Windows
NT4/2000/XP or as a
daemon on Linux and Solaris. This feature enables automatic start up
of the database when the
host computer is booted and further simplifies administration in production
there is no database administrator or IT support.
Updated AWT-based JBCL library
New AWT components help developers use rich controls with data binding
capabilities on small
footprint devices. Although Swing-based components deliver a high level
of functionality, they are
"heavy" and require more memory and processing power than small footprint
The new AWT-based components solve this, enabling drag and drop development
of data-bound controls such as grids, lists, text input controls, etc.
New DataExpress provider-resolver examples
New DataExpress provider-resolvers examples are provided that help
developers accelerate the
writing of applications that access data on a Web Server through an
HTTP or HTTPS connection.
Sample projects are provided to show how the new components are used
in an application.
All new documentation is provided that provides a more comprehensive
explanation of JDataStore's
features and functionality and how to use them. Look at the "JDBC
Quickstart" and "Using JDBC
for Data Access" tutorials to get productive quickly.
On-line Technical Support
The Borland Developer Site hosts a JDataStore neighborhood at https://bdn.borland.com/jdatastore/
where you can access a variety of documents including detailed white
papers and shorter TIs that
describe technical information about JDataStore
eWeek, Dec. 12. 2002: Borland JDataStore Blazes in Benchmark
Article describing results for grueling SPECjAppServer2001 Benchmark.
JDataStore is the only all-Java database to publish benchmark results!
Introduction to Borlands Embedded Databases
On-Line Presentation @ Borland.com:
SQL Support in JDataStore
Summary of the terms and conditions of use of the JDataStore Software
contained in the "click-through" license that accompanies the software.
Creating a Table with JDataStore
Using JDataStore 6 as a Mobile Database on Wireless Devices
Modeling/Prototyping within the ControlCenter Environment with JDataStore
How to Provide ODBC Access to a JDataStore Database
Stored Procedures and UDFs with JDataStore
Crash Recovery in JDataStore
The JDataStore Advantage
Article from JBuilder Developers Journal re JDataStore 3
WebBench - A Tool for Exploring JDataStore Performance
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