Tune database booting/class loading

By default, Derby does not boot databases (and some core Derby classes) in the system at Derby startup but only at connection time. For multi-user systems, you might want to reduce connection time by booting one or all databases at startup instead.

For embedded systems, you might want to boot the database in a separate thread (either as part of the startup, or in a connection request).

For more information, see Shielding users from Derby class-loading events.

Related concepts
Use prepared statements with substitution parameters
Create indexes, and make sure they are being used
Increase the size of the data page cache
Tune the size of database pages
Avoid expensive queries
Use the appropriate getXXX and setXXX methods for the type
Avoid inserts in autocommit mode if possible