I think you'll find that HSQL also store it data in human readable
format for some table types. If that satisfies your needs, then
DataNucleus will definitely do the job for you as I believe it supports
I am not using any flat-file DB. It is a new application I am developing.
The size of the database can range from few entries to few dozen of entries.
Each entry represents 3 strings. I want flat-file DB as it is user readable
and can be changed/edited by hand if needed.
I will look at DataNucleus to see if it supports plain simple flat-file DB.
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Matthew Adams matt...@matthewadams.mewrote:
In order for you to use a flat-file database, you need to find a JDO
vendor that supports one. First off, what kind of flat-file database
are you using? I imagine a likely JDO candidate is DataNucleus, the
JDO reference implementation. If it doesn't support whatever you're
using for a flat-file database, you can write a plug-in to support it.
I haven't dug deeply, but you might consider DataNucleus over db4o.
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 2:34 PM, ozv...@gmail.com ozv...@gmail.com
I can't find any information about how to configure
PersistenceManagerFactory for flat-file database.
Your help is appreciated!