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Hi,

I want to make a build a small standlone application in java using a (simple) database.
I want to embed the database in my application.
Mysql has the Embedded MySQL Server Library, but is accessible only from C clients.
Does anybody know a workaround, or any other solution for that matter?

thanks,

Scriptnov


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Hi,

You could use JUDF(http://software.tangent.org/download/judf-0.2.tar.gz)
 to write some User Defined Function in Java for MySQL, then you can call these Java functions from the SQL executed with the MySQL environment.

This might be helpful in situations, where you can call Java functions from within a database like mySQL. You could essentially write stored procedures to call those java functions from within SQL queries.

This might be the only workaround to using C Api's.

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Thank you both for your answers.

I just came across Hypersonic SQL while 'googling' for java based databases.
I guess it's the best alternative. But I will try out Warturtle's suggestion to make sure it really is.

So if you don't mind I will splitt the points between you.

Regards,

Scriptnov
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Thanks,

Warturtle
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