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From mball...@oreillyauto.com
Subject Re: Derby Embedded+Network
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2006 21:12:05 GMT
I mean I typically get errors like the following:
 ERROR 25503: DDL is not permitted for a read­only. connection, user or     

The database is NOT on read-only media, but when I connect  from other than
tomcat, I either have a read-only connection or a read-only user.  The user
must be correct tho', because it is a fullAccess user id and works when
accessing via tomcat.  The user is defined within the derby.properties
file, authenticates with no problem and is designated as a fullAccess user.
Does that help?

Thanks, MikeB

Mike Ballard
Director of Internet Development and Networking
O'Reilly Auto Parts
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> All this works great, except that when I connect from outside of tomcat,
> always get a read-only connection.

Do you mean read-only in the sense of

Or do you mean read-only in the sense of

That is, can you determine whether the connection is read-only because
the database is on read-only media, or because the security settings
are read-only?



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