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Oct 15, 2007 - 1 minute read - Comments - application database derby instance java jvm sharing web webapp

Two web applications sharing the same Derby database

I just realized that to be able to open/share the same Derby database from two different web applications running in the same Tomcat instance (same JVM) you’ll need to put derby.jar in the $TOMCAT_HOME/common/lib and remove it from your applications WEB-INF/lib. I got the clue from this RIFE web page

the jarfiles you need are derby.jar and derbytools.jar . Due to classloader peculiarities, don’t copy them to your application’s web/WEB-INF/lib/ subdirectory, or to Tomcat’s shared/lib/ directory. Tomcat’s common/lib/ directory works, and probably common/endorsed/ does too.

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