The Derby sysinfo tool displays information about your Java environment and your version of Derby.
Choose the method that you can use to run the sysinfo script:
|Method||When to Use||Command|
|Run sysinfo as a standalone command.||Use this method if you are relatively new to the Java programming language and new to Derby.||You must set
your environment variables before you can run the sysinfo utility
using this method.
To run the sysinfo script from the command line us:
The sysinfo script sets the appropriate environment variables, including the CLASSPATH, and runs the sysinfo utility.
|Run sysinfo using the jar file that is located in the directory where sysinfo resides.||Use this method if you are new to Derby, but are familiar with the Java programming language.||You must set the DERBY_HOME environment
variable before you can run the sysinfo utility using this
On UNIX, the command is:
java [options] -jar $DERBY_HOME/lib/derbyrun.jar sysinfo
On Windows, the command is:
java [options] -jar %DERBY_HOME%\lib\derbyrun.jar sysinfo
|Run sysinfo using the java command.||Use this method if you are familiar with both the Java programming language and Derby, and you have already set the java.exe file in your command execution PATH.||You must set your CLASSPATH. Use the steps specified in Manually setting the CLASSPATH environment variable.
Then specify the class name in the java command. For example: