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Tune database booting/class loading

Tune database booting/class loading

By default, Derby does not boot databases (and some core Derby classes) in the system at Derby startup but only at connection time. For multi-user systems, you might want to reduce connection time by booting one or all databases at startup instead.

For embedded systems, you might want to boot the database in a separate thread (either as part of the startup, or in a connection request).

For more information, see Shielding users from Derby class-loading events.

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