The Derby library includes the Derby manuals and API reference.
Describes the functionality and features of Derby common to all deployments, such as Derby's JDBC and SQL specifics, deploying Derby applications, security, and other advanced features.
Documents Derby's implementation of the SQL language. Also provides reference information for Derby's JDBC and JTA implementations, keywords, system tables, properties, and SQLExceptions.
Explains how to configure and tune Derby through properties and provides reference information on properties. It also offers performance tips, an in-depth discussion of performance, and information about the Derby optimizer.
A guide for working with the Derby tools such as ij, and more advanced utilities such as import/export and the database class loader.
Part One of this guide discusses configuration of servers, how to program client applications, and database administration.
In addition, some systems might require administrative tasks such as backing up databases. These tasks are independent of any server framework but are unique to multi-user or large systems.
Part Two of this guide discusses administrative issues such as backups and debugging deadlocks.
Automatically generated for all public Derby classes. (No javadoc is provided for the JDBC API, which is part of the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition) For more information about the classes in the API, see the Derby Reference Manual.