Apache Derby provides a list of scripts that are used to start the Derby tools. To use these scripts add the appropriate libraries to the CLASSPATH, and start and stop the Network Server. These scripts are available when you download the bin distribution of Derby.
These Derby scripts are stored in the /bin directory where we install Derby. We can run the Derby scripts in an appropriate command-line environment, such as a Windows command prompt or a UNIX shell.
The complete list of scripts that are included with Derby is mentioned below.
|Scripts||Description||bin/dblook||This script is used to run the dblook tool.||bin/ij||This script is used to start the ij tool.||bin/NetworkServerControl||This script is used to run NetworkServerControl.||bin/setEmbeddedCP||This script is used to put all of the Derby libraries for an embedded environment in the CLASSPATH.||bin/setNetworkClientCP||This script is used to put the libraries needed to connect to the Derby Network Server into the CLASSPATH.||bin/setNetworkServerCP||This script is used to put the libraries needed to start the Derby Network Server into the CLASSPATH.||bin/startNetworkServer||This script is used to start the Network Server on the local machine.||bin/stopNetworkServer||This script is used to stop the Network Server on the local machine.||bin/sysinfo||This script is used to run the sysinfo tool.|