Keeping its long pending promise to release all features of Daffodil DB under the open source version One$DB, Daffodil Software is pleased to announce the release of One$DB v4.1
The new version of the open source java database, One$DB has support for the following key features:
•Full-Text Search Support
•Backup & Restore
•Row Sets & XA-Resources
With the release of the above features One$DB will further strengthen its position as the most feature rich and powerful open source Java database available to the users. We hope to revive the community interest towards One$DB and would like to have their greater participation in the project... read more
One$DB has been designed to handle complex computing environments that demand a robust, scalable and high-performance RDBMS that can operate across platforms. The new version enhances speed and adds key features such as support for updatable views, scalar sub-query and scalar functions.
One$DB users can now update views using update query. Updation will be performed on the base table of the view. Support for scalar sub-query in select list of select query has also been introduced. Scalar sub-query is a query that returns a single column with one single row. Sub-query column can be sorted using Order By clause. This version also comes with a number of new scalar functions. For the full list of features and functionalities download the source code files, available at:... read more
Daffodil Software has announced the open source release of One$DB at SourceForge.net under LGPL. One$DB is an effort to drive open source innovation around Java-based applications, which will in turn create new business opportunities in various areas such as embedded database applications, Java applications and web-based applications.
One$DB is a version of Daffodil DB, a J2EE-certified, JDBC 3.0 and SQL-99 compliant Java database. It is available in both network and embedded editions and has been designed to handle complex computing environments that demand a robust, scalable and feature-rich RDBMS that can operate across platforms.... read more
Gurgaon, India January 18, 2005: Daffodil Software, a leading database technology company, today announced the Open Source release of One$DB at SourceForge.net
The move to Open Source One$DB, is driven by the fact that Open Source products are more acceptable and flexible, as they can be understood better in terms of strengths and limitations and can be customized to suit specific requirements without any fear of vendor locking. We also feel that Open Source products become more mature due to the continuous involvement of a diverse community. ... read more