Java DB embedded in Java Application!

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have employed the "EMBEDDED Java DB" in Netbeans as my application DB.  I'm still not done with the application.  I'm under the impression that when I package my application once it's done, it would embed the associated Java DB in the application (as the name implies).  Now my question is, when the final application package is constructed, would there be anything else required besides installing the JVM on the client machine and ultimately running the application?!

I really need to have nothing done from the client side besides installing the JVM and happily launch the application!

Question by:snajalm
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    check this discussion:

    and this:

    You can probably alwyas devise some way so that your application on the first run could diagnose necessity and do
    dome prepreparative stuff  Of couse can be different level of complexity.
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    Personally i would extend the application with a dedicated module to install the db in ${user.home} if not present at startup

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