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From Micky Connor <micky.con...@homecall.co.uk>
Subject Re: Re: 'Derby Developer's Guide' error?
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2006 18:37:17 GMT
I will report the bug, and suggest the update.

Thanks for the pointer towards the tutorial, and the papers
in general. That part of the resources page had escaped me.

Regards Micky.

John Embretsen wrote:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">michael 
> connor wrote:
>> In the 'Derby Developer's Guide' under 'After Installing':
>> -- The text refers to 'install.html' being installed with Derby.
>> This does not exist in the UNIX binary distribution.  Is
>> this Windows specific?
> No, there should not be any differences between the contents of the 
> .tar.gz distribution and the .zip distribution. I think you have found 
> a bug in the documentation, because install.html does not really exist 
> (correct me if I'm wrong).
>> --Also, what does "the Derby development environment"
>> mean here? To me this suggests some kind of IDE, and is
>> especially confusing when 'environment' is specifically
>> defined in the 'Getting started with Derby' manual under
>> 'Terminology'
> I think this part of Developer's Guide needs to be updated and 
> rephrased. I'm not sure what the manual page you refer to means by 
> "Derby development environment". I would think it means the Derby jar 
> files, Java executables, paths and classpaths, etc. In a different 
> context it would mean the environment needed for developing Derby 
> itself, though.
> For more info on how to get started with Derby, see
> a) The Derby tutorial: 
> http://db.apache.org/derby/papers/DerbyTut/index.html
> b) The "Getting Started with Derby" manual
> c) The "Working With Derby" manual
> d) The Apache Derby wiki: http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/

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