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Thread: Getting Apache Derby to show up in Eclipse?

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    Default Getting Apache Derby to show up in Eclipse?

    Ok, I've been looking into Embedded databases. I downloaded and installed (I think) Apache Derby. I unzipped it per the instructions I found.

    I'm trying to get it to show up in Eclipse Indigo, because I have a small application I want to try to build with an embedded database.

    Anyone have any suggestions? I'm not currently on the machine where Derby is installed, so I can't provide a link, but since it's not showing up in Eclipse, based on the instructions I Found, I assume I'm doing something wrong.


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    Default Re: Getting Apache Derby to show up in Eclipse?

    Define 'get it to show up'. Have you added the library to the classpath of your project? Are you trying to use a plug-in to view a database?

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    Default Re: Getting Apache Derby to show up in Eclipse?

    Quote Originally Posted by copeg View Post
    Define 'get it to show up'. Have you added the library to the classpath of your project? Are you trying to use a plug-in to view a database?
    I actually got it to work this morning. I did add the classpath when I first extracted it, but I didn't download the UI plugin. Had to Google for it, but once I did that, I was able to get it to show up in a project menu by right-clicking on the project.

    Sent a thanks your way, anyway.

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