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Thread: Java DB forever

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    Default Java DB forever

    Hi,

    I have a question(duh!!)When you have an app that uses embedded Java DB, suppose you add some data to a table, does that data remain there till it is modified/deleted, or is it erased when the application is closed or the computer is shut down.

    Also if it erased could you please mention the stage(app shutdown or comp shutdown) when that occurs.

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    Default Re: Java DB forever

    The best way is to try and test this yourself for whichever database you plan on using. In my opinion it would be pretty worthless for a database to wipe information clean from one session to the next, which defeats the entire point of the database in the first place.

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