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    Hello,
    is it possible to create and use a local database file like in .NET ?
    does JDB supports non-english characters ?

    Thank You!

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    Quote Originally Posted by khdani View Post
    is it possible to create and use a local database file like in .NET ?
    You mean a database(I'm not clear what you mean database file.)? Even in Java it's possible, you can either implement the database locally or in a remote location. Only thing is define the database path correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by khdani View Post
    does JDB supports non-english characters ?

    This is not relate with JDB or any DB resource. It's about how far your database can support. Actually the solution is UNICODE.

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    I meant that in .NET there's an option to add local sql file to project, the database will be local to the project and it will be a file which i can copy, and not a service to which i need to connect. is there same option in java ?

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