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|Feature release '''Derby 10.12.1.1''' was approved on October 5, 2015. You can download it [[http://db.apache.org/derby/releases/release-10.12.1.1.cgi|here]] and you can read more about the release on the DerbyTenTwelveOneRelease wiki page.||Feature release '''Derby 10.13.1.1''' was approved on October 25, 2016. You can download it [[http://db.apache.org/derby/releases/release-10.13.1.1.cgi|here]] and you can read more about the release on the DerbyTenThirteenOneRelease wiki page.|
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|The community is working on the next feature release, 10.13.1: DerbyTenThirteenOneRelease.||The community is working on bug fixing and features in the trunk of the Derby source tree.|
Welcome to the DB Derby Wiki
- Welcome to the DB Derby Wiki
- What is Derby?
- Information for Derby Users
- Information for Derby Contributors
- General Information on the Derby Project
- General Wiki Information
What is Derby?
Derby is a relational database implemented completely in Java. It has a small footprint that allows it to be easily embedded into any Java application, disappearing from view and requiring no DBA administration. It also supports the more familiar client/server access model.
The best place to get started with Derby is to visit the Derby home page. For questions about Derby, subscribe to the Derby mail lists. However, keep in mind that this wiki site provides tons of useful information (updated almost daily) for both users and contributors. For example, you can start by checking out:
DerbyPronunciation: How do you pronounce Apache Derby?
DerbyFaces: Photos of some Derby folks
DerbyFaces2014: Photos from the 2014 Derby Developer Community Lunch
Before uploading source code to this Wiki, please read this UploadingCode notice.
Information for Derby Users
Latest Release Information
For previous releases of Derby, please refer to the download page.
Next Release Information
The community is working on bug fixing and features in the trunk of the Derby source tree.
Learning material and other references
Do you want to learn more about how to use Derby? Curious about who is actually using Derby, or which software products are supporting Derby? Check out these links, and don't hesitate to add something if you think it is missing from the wiki lists.
Apache Derby Tutorial: The obvious stuff that might not be obvious
HintsAndTips: Links to useful wiki pages about Derby features.
WorkingWithDerby: Links to online articles, tutorials, and blogs that provide useful information about how to use Derby alone or with other products or technologies. More resource repositories include:
DerbyBooksAndArticles: Links to books about Derby and articles published in online or print trade publications.
UsesOfDerby: Links to other products or projects that use or support Derby.
Nice to know...
Some useful information about Derby.
ForwardCompatibility - Derby's forward compatibility goal
JavaMESupport: Using Derby in Java ME (J2ME) environments
JDBCSupport: Description of Derby's support for the JDBC interface
PlatformTestsDerby: See how many platforms Derby is tested on and Derby's Java platform support reference
SQLvsDerbyFeatures: Comparison of Derby to SQL-99 and SQL-2003
UndocumentedDerbyBehavior: Some useful undocumented Derby behavior which is subject to change anytime
UserIdentifiers - How to pass user identifiers in Derby
Information for Derby Contributors
Derby Development - All Welcome!
Learn how to get or stay involved in Derby's development including information on how Derby works, how patches are committed, projects needing work, etc.
Misc Developer Info
VoteResults: Community-wide votes on proposals
General Information on the Derby Project
DerbyGraphicsAndLogo: Derby logo and related graphics with usage guidelines
General Wiki Information
Interesting starting points
RecentChanges: see where people are currently working
WikiSandBox: feel free to change this page and experiment with editing
FindPage: search or browse the database in various ways
SyntaxReference: quick access to wiki syntax
SiteNavigation: get an overview over this site and what it contains
How to use this site
A Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:
- If you're not yet on the list of genuine contributors to the wiki pages, send email to the dev mailing list and indicate what you want to change. If the change is appropriate to the project someone will add you to the list.
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Create a link to another page with joined capitalized words (like WikiSandBox) or with ["quoted words in brackets"]
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