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[HSQLDB] in-memory database usage

Terry Ong
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Joined: Apr 07, 2006
Posts: 50
Dear Ranchers,

if I use "jdbc:hsqldb:mem:" as the protocol (in otherwords using Hsql as a in-memory database), does it also mean that the tables created are also volatile? as in, when we stop the application and restart it, we would have to recreate the tables in order to use them?

Thanks for any inputs.
Please pardon me if I'm asking a stupid question.
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