What are the databases mode of execution?

Data System Architecture


Databases may run in 2 modes:

  • Embedded in an application
  • Client/Server in a server framework. A server is an application that allows users to connect to Derby simultaneously and offers then a client/server architecture.



See the embedded dedicated page


A client/server environment is an environment in which multiple applications connect to the database over the network.

It allows multiple network connections.

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