Open Source Database One$DB v4.1 released

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  1. Open Source Database One$DB v4.1 released (15 messages)

    Keeping its long pending promise to release all features of Daffodil DB under the open source version One$DB, Daffodil Software has announced the release of One$DB v4.1. One$DB is a standards based (JDBC 3.0 and SQL 99 compliant), platform independent, footprint size database that can be embedded into any application and requires zero or minimal administration.

    Key features include:
    • Full-Text Search Support
    • Encryption Support
    • Backup & Restore
    • Row Sets & XA-Resources

    Threaded Messages (15)

  2. Can someone tell me what a "footprint sized" database looks like? Does that mean it can be embedded in a sneaker? Write once, run anywhere...
  3. I cannot download it[ Go to top ]

    It keeps taking me back to the email form. Again, and again and again. Maybe someone can explain to them the html link internals - certainly it's not as complex.
  4. J2EE - XA Transactions support?[ Go to top ]

    Can this DB be OEMed for production purposes?

    Will its JDBC drivers support J2EE XA transactions(in CMTs,etc), as supported by Oracle / MSSQL drivers?

    What are the porting issues, when ported from Oracle
    Eg : Rownum support?
         Date / SQL functions?
         Row / table locks?
         procedures / triggers / functions?

    If it supports all of the above, then its surely worth a try to OEM in a product.

    A J2EE Application running on (Jboss + One$DB), great value for money :-)
  5. PolePosition[ Go to top ]

    Would be nice to see One$DB numbers for http://www.polepos.org/.
  6. Comparisons to Derby[ Go to top ]

    I am developing an application that requires an embedded database. Originally, I tried to use a solution that uses the Sun RowSets (in particular, CachedRowSet) with Apache Derby.
    However, Derby didn't support enough of the JDBC API to get CachedRowSet to work, so I tried switching to (the previous release of) One$DB. It was extremely easy to migrate from Derby to One$DB. It seems like the reason Derby is popular and One$DB is not is largely due to marketing concerns, not technical issues.

    However, One$DB also had shortcomings in its support for the JDBC API that caused CachedRowSet to fail. Primarly, neither one implemented all of the Rowset metadata methods correctly.

    Perhaps my frustration would have not been so bad if the source code for Sun's RowSet providers was available.

    Is there any 100% Java, open-source database that claims full compliance with the JDBC 4 or even JDBC 3 spec? For me, JDBC-compliance is more important than performance as the databases that my application manages are small.

    Also, I know that the previous release of One$DB didn't have RowSet support. Has the full Daffodil RowSet API been copied over to One$DB, or are there limitations?
  7. Comparisons to Derby[ Go to top ]

    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for the support. Rowset feature has been included in One$DB. Daffodil DB v4.1 and One$DB v4.1 are exactly the same.

    Thanks
    Sachin Garg
  8. Comparisons to Derby[ Go to top ]

    Hi Brian,Thanks for the support. Rowset feature has been included in One$DB. Daffodil DB v4.1 and One$DB v4.1 are exactly the same.ThanksSachin Garg

    I'm not 100% sure: I wan't able to create FULLTEXT indexes on OneDollarDB so far. I always get an exception.
    The BrowserServer GUI has no "create full-text index" functionality ass well.

    U.
  9. Hibernate[ Go to top ]

    Somebody already use One$DB with Hibernate 3.1 ?
  10. Where From ?[ Go to top ]

    Hi
    From where can we download this...Is it for Solaris X86 also ?

    --lokesh
    http://lokeshpant.blogspot.com
  11. The download link works now[ Go to top ]

    It got fixed thanks. It was:

    http://www.daffodildb.com/download/olduser.jsp.

    Once clicked it took me back to:

    http://www.daffodildb.com/download/index.jsp

    Thanks again.
  12. Where From ?[ Go to top ]

    Hi,

    You can download the new version from http://www.daffodildb.com/download/index.jsp or directly from www.sourceforge.com

    One$DB is platform independent so it works on any Os including Solaris.

    Thanks
    Sachin
  13. Where From ?[ Go to top ]

    Here is the link from sourceforge http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/daffodildb/OneDollarDB4.1_Beta.zip?download

    the link from daffodildb.com ultimately takes you to sourceforge, though.

    BR,
    ~A
  14. trojan horse[ Go to top ]

    Be aware!
    Thers's a trojan horse with the .zip!
    My manager is not very happy with me because I've downloaded this file...

    claudiu
  15. Hibernate[ Go to top ]

    http://www.daffodildb.com/daffodildb-hibernate.html this link can give you an answer...
  16. Keeping its long pending promise to release all features of Daffodil DB under the open source version One$DB, Daffodil Software has announced the release of One$DB v4.1. One$DB is a standards based (JDBC 3.0 and SQL 99 compliant), platform independent, footprint size database that can be embedded into any application and requires zero or minimal administration.Key features include:
    • Full-Text Search Support
    • Encryption Support
    • Backup & Restore
    • Row Sets & XA-Resources
    Hi, According to the www.daffodildb.com/one-dollar-db.html page, the Key features mentioned above are the ones NOT currently supported.
    See the mentioned link for the Key Features.