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You should see output similar to the following:cloudscape -start
To stop the server type the following command:Mon Aug 09 11:50:30 PDT 1999: [RmiJdbc] COM.cloudscape.core.JDBCDriver registered in DriverManager Mon Aug 09 11:50:30 PDT 1999: [RmiJdbc] Binding RmiJdbcServer... Mon Aug 09 11:50:30 PDT 1999: [RmiJdbc] No installation of RMI Security Manager... Mon Aug 09 11:50:31 PDT 1999: [RmiJdbc] RmiJdbcServer bound in rmi registry
You should see output similar to the following:cloudscape -stop
Note: If you stop the server with Control-c, files will not be closed properly. When the server is started the next time, it must perform recovery by rolling back non-committed transactions and possibly applying the forward log.Attempting to shutdown RmiJdbc server RmiJdbc Server RmiAddr is: //buzz/RmiJdbcServer WARNING: Shutdown was successful!
$J2EE_HOMEis the directory where you've installed the J2EE SDK.) The CloudscapeDB database will be created automatically the first time it is accessed. The driver for the Cloudscape server is already configured in the
$J2EE_HOME/config/default.propertiesfile. No further changes by you are necessary.
ij. (This tool is not supported by Sun Microsystems, Inc.) You can run the
ijtool by executing the
cloudIJ.bat(Windows) script, which resides in the
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