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Enkita mody
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Hi

How can i check Java DB is installed or not.

Is there any command to check it .I'm using WindowsXP.

Thanks


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K. Tsang
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look for a JavaDB folder in your JRE installation or if you have glassfish app server, under there. BTW JavaDB uses port 1527


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Enkita mody
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No,it is not, from where can i download it?
K. Tsang
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ankita modi. wrote:No,it is not, from where can i download it?


Google it
Enkita mody
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I know google,i didn't find that's why i asked here.thanks for your help.
K. Tsang
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ankita modi. wrote:I know google,i didn't find that's why i asked here.thanks for your help.


2 ways to get/install:
1) comes with JDK/JRE (re-run the install file)
2) as separate install independent from the JDK/JRE Apache Derby DB
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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