This document includes the following sections.
Explains the installation layout.
Explains how to upgrade a database created with a previous version of Derby.
Basic details for using Derby, including loading the JDBC driver, specifying a database URL, starting Derby, and working with Derby properties.
An overview of different deployment scenarios, and tips for getting the details right when deploying applications.
Describes how to program database-side JDBC routines, triggers, and table functions.
JDBC, cursors, locking and isolation levels, and multiple connections.
Information for programmers developing back-end components in a J2EE system.
Describes how to use the security features of Derby.
Tips for tool designers.
Insiders' tricks of the trade for using SQL.
An overview of database localization.
Describes those parts of Derby that are non-standard or not typical for a database system.