Apache Derby 10.12.1.1 freeware
Apache Derby implements a robust and reliable embedded database system that can be integrated with Java applications. Its performance is proven by the large number of software solutions that rely on its feature set to efficiently manage large databases. Apache Derby can handle heavy data loads, with more than satisfactory capabilities on multiple operating systems.
|Author||Apache Software Foundation|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Java relational database, Java database, Apache database, relational database, Apache, Java, database|
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|10.12.1.1||Oct 30, 2015||New Release||ALTER TABLE and identity columns - The ALTER TABLE command can be used to add identity columns now.
Cache-monitoring MBean - An MBean has been added for monitoring internal Derby caches. See the description of CacheManagerMBean in the "Introduction to the Derby MBeans" section of the Derby Server and Administration Guide
Optional Tool for Handling JSON Data - An optional tool has been added for packing query results into JSON documents and for unpacking JSON documents into tabular result sets.
|10.11.1.1||Oct 17, 2014||New Release||MERGE statement - MERGE is a single, join-driven statement which INSERTs, UPDATEs, and DELETEs rows. See the section on this statement in the Derby Reference Manual. See also features F312, F313, and F314 of the SQL Standard.
Deferrable constraints - Constraint enforcement can now be deferred, typically to the end of a transaction. See the section on "constraintCharacteristics" in the Derby Reference Manual. See also features F721 and F492 of the SQL Standard.
WHEN clause in CREATE TRIGGER - An optional WHEN clause has been added which determines which rows fire a trigger. See the section on this clause in the Derby Reference Manual. See also feature T211-05 of the SQL Standard.