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  • JDBC driver

    A JDBC driver (Java Database Connectivity driver) is a small piece of software that allows JDBC to connect to different databases. Once loaded, a JDBC driver connects to a database by providing a specifically formatted URL that includes the port number, the machine and database names.

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  • Microsoft unwraps its JDBC driver for SQL Server

    Microsoft is polishing its interoperability story with the general release of a driver that links J2EE/Java applications on any platform to a SQL Server database.

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  • SQL Server’s new JDBC driver

    Description of the properties of the new driver.

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  • Microsoft warms to Java

    Microsoft isn't exactly hot for Java, but the company has at least warmed up to it a little, having licensed a JDBC driver to connect Java programs to SQL servers.

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  • How to update iSeries databases using JDBC, SQL

    The techniques detailed here will help you develop more efficient Java database applications.

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  • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) drivers

    This paper provides an introduction to Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) drivers, an overview of the JDBC drivers Oracle provides, guidelines on how to choose a JDBC driver and how to achieve the best performance with JDBC.

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  • jTDS: Open-source JDBC 3.0 middleware driver for SQL Server

    Microsoft's JDBC for SQL Server hasn't been updated in a long time and isn't well supported. Luckily, open-source programmers have stepped in and written their own Java driver.

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