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How do I configure Timesten to run as embedded database without running TimesTen daemon in the backg

I am looking for an option to run Timesten as an embedded database. I saw that Timesten supports directly linking to TimesTen ODBC Driver. But this uses shared memory internally, which I am not keen in using.

I want to use the in memory database as like a pure embedded DB which runs as part of the application so that there are no IPCs provided.


  • ChrisJenkins-Oracle
    ChrisJenkins-Oracle Senior Director, In-Memory Technology United KingdomMember Posts: 3,412 Employee
    edited Jun 29, 2016 5:30AM

    I'm afraid this is not possible. The architecture of TimesTen requires the various management processes (main daemon, sub-daemons etc.) and since the database itself is a shared memory segment it is not possible to operate without that.


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