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Right... They look similar. I <b>guess </b>(haven't investigated
enough) this problem is different in that Derby has mechanism to
automatically recompile stored prepared statements under some
conditions. The recompiled plan is stored back, but this can't be done
for read-only databases. <br>
The problem I fixed earlier was attempting to "apply safe changes"
during soft upgrade. But this can't be done for read-only databases.<br>
Mike Matrigali wrote:<br>
<blockquote cite="mid43F4B326.email@example.com" type="cite">
<pre wrap="">Just looking at the stack trace in DERBY-854 it has the feel of the system
trying to do the automatic upgrade between point releases of stored
procedures on a read only db. It is a total guess at what it going
on. Note all I did was read the stack trace
in the 854 and happened to remember the description of the bug you
fixed - not even sure which bug it was at this point.
Satheesh Bandaram wrote:
<pre wrap="">Mike, I missed your question... which was in the subject. The issue I
fixed is different... It was about soft upgrade failing on readonly
Mike Matrigali wrote:
<pre wrap="">Alex Miller wrote:
<pre wrap="">I think DERBY-854 (<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-854">https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-854</a>) is
critical for working with read-only databases in embedded mode.
Currently, the JDBC DatabaseMetaData methods are completely broken when
running in this mode. Thus, read-only databases cannot work with any
tool that imports metadata (which includes most JDBC tools I'm aware
Please vote for this bug if you would like to use read-only databases </pre> </blockquote> <pre wrap="">>from a zip file. My company would love to ship some example databases
<pre wrap="">in this way but have given up on Derby due to this bug.
From: Rick Hillegas [<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="mailto:Richard.Hillegas-UdXhSndfirstname.lastname@example.org">mailto:Richard.Hillegas-UdXhSndemail@example.com</a>] Sent: Tuesday,
February 14, 2006 12:13 PM
To: Derby Discussion; Derby Development
Subject: upcoming 10.2 release
Dear Derby user community,
Yesterday, the Derby developers started a discussion about the timing
and contents of the next (10.2) release. A feature freeze date of April
7 was suggested although we have not settled on this date yet. I would
estimate that the actual release would appear around two months after
Please let us know about any bugs which are particularly important to
you and which you would like to see fixed in this release.