The Derby sysinfo tool displays information about your Java environment and your version of Derby.
Choose the method that you will use to run the sysinfo script. The methods are listed in the following table.
|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.||Follow the steps in
Setting the environment variables before you run the
sysinfo utility using this method.
To run the sysinfo script from the command line, use:
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 method.
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 added the location of the java executable file to 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: