This guide includes the following two parts:
Part one: Derby Server Guide
Describes the different options for embedding Derby in a server framework and explains the Network Server option.
Describes how to change existing Derby applications to work with the Network Server.
Describes how to use shell scripts, the command line, and the Network Server API to manage the Network Server.
Describes how to use the servlet interface to manage the Network Server.
Describes advanced topics for Derby Network Server users.
Describes several Derby Network Server sample programs for Network Server users.
Part two: Derby Administration Guide
Describes how to prevent Derby database corruption.
Describes how to check the consistency of Derby databases.
Describes how to back up and restore a database.
Describes how to import and export large amounts of data between files and database tables.
Describes how to replicate databases.
Describes how to put a database's log on a separate device, which can improve the performance of large databases.
Describes how to get detailed information about locking status.
Describes how to identify and reclaim unused space in tables and related indexes.