Playing with JDBM (I)

I must admit I like JDBM for desktop applications. It looks extremely strong. And it is very compact. It's runtime weights only 85Kb so it looks perfect for Java Web Start downloads. Since JDBM is based on a B-Tree, it allows only for one key for queries, but this is probably good enough for me. The fact is that JDBM allows for different B-Trees in the same database. It also allows for other indexing techniques, such as hashing, so you can use a JDBM database as a huge hashtable for storing stuff. In this entry I explore the basics of using JDBM, so that I can reference them in further entries. (In the future I'll aggregate all JDBM blog entries into my Links Room). read more
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