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    Abder-Rahman is offline Member
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    Default Hsqldb


    For doing O/R mapping, I'm using for creating the tables "HSQLDB".

    I have started up HSQLDB GUI by typing:
    java -cp hsqldb.jar org.hsqldb.util.DatabaseManager

    And the settings as follows:

    Type: HSQL Database Engine Standalone
    URL: jdbc:hsqldb:../../hsqldb/hibernateDB

    And created two tables "A" and "B"

    On the other hand, I started the server using the following command:

    java -cp hsqldb.jar org.hsqldb.Server -database hibernateDB

    So, that I run the server, and this is the message that I got at my DOS command prompt window: not found, using command line or default prop
    Opening database: hibernatetutorial
    HSQLDB server 1.7.1 is running
    Use SHUTDOWN to close normally. Use [Ctrl]+[C] to abort abruptl
    Fri Sep 25 20:52:33 EEST 2009 Listening for connections ...

    And, after that I laynched the HSQLDB GUI once again, but changed the "Type" setting to the following:

    HSQL Database Engine Server

    And, provided that the "Server" is still running, I'm expected to view the tables that I created at the left hand side of the HSQLDB GUI window, but that did NOT happen, why is that?


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    i think i'm seeing a dejavu :o
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