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which is better to use

 
Kaleeswaran Karuppusamy
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we going to develop a application,in that i suggested JNDI database but my friend suggest jdbc api using class loader .which is better please suggest me..
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Kalees,
One solution is rarely always better than another. Can you post some more details about your application? In particular, what kind of objects are you trying to store.
 
pankaj goswami
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look if your making your application for network purpose than go for JNDI not for jdbc. because on network data connection with jdbc will effect server performance.

this is what i think.
 
Raghavan Muthu
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Thats correct. As Jeanne had mentioned, it would be better if you could post a little more information about your application.
 
Raghavan Muthu
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"kalees waran"

It seems you have splitted your name into two. But here the ranch suggests the people to have a real name (both first and last names separated by a space). Could you please adjust your display name accordingly?

You can do so by editing your profile.
 
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