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From e..@logodata.dk
Subject Re: How to access orphaned db.
Date Sat, 25 Oct 2014 20:13:56 GMT
I'm trying to reach it on the reinstalled server ie. locally.  ( for 
now. Later from other workstations .-)

I now realize that I misread "derby" setup with respect to location of 
database (scema )
I altered my startup procedures ( environment (derby_home) and path ) 
and started the server relative to the location of the database    (as 
in <database locations> and with <database> equal <database 
This made it finally possible to CONNECT to the database via IJ.
It was a case of

   'If Muhammed will come to the mountain, then the mountain must come 
to Muhammed'.-)

So far so good.
I thank you for listening. It is always a good idea to try to formulate 
one's problems to other people.
Now I'll try to figure out the problem with Netbeans. But thats another 
maillist. So thanks for now.

Bryan Pendleton skrev den 2014-10-25 20:57:
>> Access through the net is rejected
> Do you mean: access from some remote machine to your
> Windows machine is rejected?
> If so, that sounds like the Windows Firewall, which
> is typically enabled on a fresh Windows installation and
> has to be disabled to allow external machines to open
> connections to your machine.
> If you've configured the Windows Firewall to allow
> the connection, then are you sure that you started the
> Derby Network Server on your Windows machine? Maybe
> before you re-installed Windows you had Derby set to
> automatically start the server at Windows startup, but
> that configuration was lost when you reinstalled Windows.
>> But ij also doesn't work with the net driver.
> I'm not sure what you mean by this sentence. Ij won't start? It 
> starts,
> but you don't know how to use it? It starts, and you know how
> to use it, but when you issue a command you get an error?
> If you can post detailed information about a specific
> problem you're having, for example paste in the ij session
> that you tried, together with the error message that resulted,
> perhaps that will give us more clues about what problem you're
> trying to solve.
> thanks,
> bryan

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