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From Narayanan <V.Naraya...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Closig connection vs shutting down derby
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2008 06:26:36 GMT
musky wrote:
> I have a doubt:
> i an application after obtaining a connection to a database and after i
> perform all required transactions on the tables of the database do i need to
> shutdown the database or is it enough if i just close the connection.
> i tried shutting down the database but i get the
> nontransientconnectionexception sql state:08006
> please help.
> Thank you.
> Varun
I found this

"Once a database has been booted within a Derby system, it remains 
active until the Derby system has been shut down or until you shut down 
the database individually."



So while running in the embedded mode of operation if you have booted 
the database from one application and without
shutting down this database in this application you try  a boot from 
another application you run into dangers of
double booting system behaviour


I read this

"A successful shutdown always results in an /SQLException/ to indicate 
that Derby has shut down and that there is no other exception."




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