HSQLDB (HyperSQL, Hypersonic SQL)

HSQLDB is a Java-based database created by Thomas Müller in 1998. Its original name was Hypersonic SQL and later HyperSQL, or, more commonly HSQLDB. In 2000, Thomas was employed by a Silicon Valley company PointBase, who, although initially allowing him to work on HSQLDB, decided he must cease working on the database. At that point Fred Toussi took the code over and continued developing the database. At 2005, Thomas continued working on a database product, but instead of joining work on HSQLDB, decided a fresh start is needed and created H2 database.

HSQLDB is a fast and reliable database. It’s a mature open-source product under continuous development since 2000. Over 1700 open-source projects and many commercial products rely on HSQLDB.

Version 2.0 of HSQLDB was released in 2010 with new transactional core and JDBC.

All our applications are .NET applications. We opted to support Java-based HSQLDB database by migrating it to .NET platform using IKVM.NET, which automatically migrates Java bytecode to .NET bytecode. Therefore, we have native support for HSQLDB and can read, write and query HSQLDB.

Full Convert supports HSQLDB database directly.

Export HSQLDB database

It may make sense to migrate your data away from HSQLDB. You may want to do it permanently or just need to share your tables with a collague in a different format.

We will copy all your tables with their data and apply indexing and relationships exactly as they are in your current HSQLDB database. In a nutshell, you get exactly the same database in another database engine. Each time you run the migration, we will copy all the tables again. Of course, we have a built-in scheduler, so you can run this overnight and have a fresh database copy in the morning.

Take a look at the quick tutorials below to see how it's done.

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