Embedded databasesAdded by IBM on October 5, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|Lotus® Expeditor provides two relational databases that are accessible using JDBC interfaces, DB2® Everyplace® and Apache Derby.
® Expeditor provides two relational databases that are accessible using JDBC interfaces, DB2
® and Apache Derby.
Parent topic: Databases
- DB2 Everyplace features a small footprint relational database and high performance data synchronization solution that enables enterprise applications and data to be securely extended to mobile devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs), smart phones, other embedded mobile devices, and desktops. With DB2 Everyplace, the mobile work force in industries such as health care, telecommunications, retail, distribution, transportation, and hospitality can now easily access the information they need to perform their work from any location, at any time, right from the palm of their hand. It is especially suitable for embedded devices, where large databases and sophisticated queries are not normally required, but can also be used on desktop platforms. DB2 Everyplace provides transaction support covering updates to multiple tables within a single transaction, encrypted tables, and zero client administration.
- Apache Derby is a 100% pure Java™ relational database, providing SQL-92, partial SQL-99, and Structured Query Language for Java (SQLJ) support, indexes, triggers, transactions, encryption, and the standard features that one expects of a relational database.