Yes, the common/lib version will be what's relied upon.
On Feb 9, 2011, at 2:25 PM, Steven Hawkins wrote:
The only reason this wasn't done before is the general impression
that JBoss devs wanted to excise HSQL as soon as possible. Given that it's staying
around through AS 6, it seems fine to switch over. I'm assuming you would rely upon
the hsql jar in the AS common/lib, correct?
Going back in time, the original intention of the example was to highlight typical steps,
urls, etc. and possibly rely on a derby instance being installed already as part of the MM
demo install. Derby of course can also be run in an embedded mode.
----- Original Message -----
> For the JBoss AS deployment examples, would like to suggest that the
> examples that use Derby database, to use Hsql. This would enable the
> examples to be run without installing a database and make the
> deployment self sufficient.
> Would this be okay to do for 7.4 or is there someone against doing
> Van Halbert
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