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[protege-discussion] Fwd: HyperSQL back-end problem
tudorache at stanford.edu
Fri May 27 10:24:51 PDT 2011
On 05/27/2011 12:03 AM, Ruslan Sorokin wrote:
> I have tried this solution in Protege and it is not working. Alas :(
> Maybe Protege is not handle additional parameter in URL after semicolon?
Protege passes the URL as it is to the underlying JDBC driver. Probably
there is another issue.
You may also alter the SQL statement that creates the table by adding
some properties in protege.properties. This solution is documented on
> 26.05.2011 20:04, Jonathan Carter ?????:
>> As a follow up to the problem with HyperSQL, I received this message
>> directly from Fred at the HyperSQL Project:
>> Jonathan Carter
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>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> *From: *"Fred Toussi" <ft at cluedup.com <mailto:ft at cluedup.com>>
>>> *Date: *20 May 2011 14:51:10 GMT+01:00
>>> *To: *"Jonathan Carter" <jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com
>>> <mailto:jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com>>
>>> *Cc: *"Ruslan Sorokin" <sorokin at oogis.ru <mailto:sorokin at oogis.ru>>
>>> *Subject: **Re: HyperSQL back-end problem*
>>> I noticed the question regarding use of HyperSQL posted in the Portege
>>> mailing list. I don't subscribe to this list, hence the direct email.
>>> Just for your information, you can use various connection URL properties
>>> to change the defaults in HyperSQL. In this case, use
>>> sql.enforce_size=false. For example
>>> The properties are documented here:
>>> Questions are answered in http://hsqldb.org user channels.
>>> As well as running as a server, HyperSQL can be used in-process, which
>>> makes it easy to set up compared to starting a separate database server.
>>> Fred Toussi
>>> HSQLDB Project
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