There is a page at the sun site that lists all of the drives they currently know about and it is here --> http://industry.java.sun.com/products/jdbc/drivers
All the info you need should be available there.
Is it advisable to use Jdbc-Odbc bridge for larger applications where production on Win-NT.
Sun Microsystems recommends against the use of the JDBC-ODBC driver that is shipped with the Java 2 Platform in a production environment: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/docs/guide/jdbc/getstart/bridge.doc.html
Which version of drivers support JDBC3.0 for SQLServer7.0.
Given that the JDBC 3.0 specification has not yet been finalized, it is highly unlikely that you will find any JDBC 3.0-compliant driver at all at this stage. I would advise you to take a look at NetDirect as soon as JDBC 3.0 is finalized...
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Secondly the ODBC driver and native connectivity interface must already be installed on the client machine.
For intranet applications it would be useful to consider type 2 drivers. But since type 3 and type 4 drivers show significantly better performance than type 2 drivers and the trend is towards development of more robust pure-Java drivers, it might be useful to evaluate type 3 or type 4 for intranet situations too.
For Internet-related applications, there is no option but to use type 3 or type 4 drivers. Type 3 drivers are best suited for environments that need to provide connectivity to a variety of DBMS servers and heterogeneous databases and that require significantly high levels of concurrently connected users where performance and scalability are major concerns. Type 4 drivers are generally aimed at the workgroup level.
Originally posted by Simon Xu:
you may find it in the link:
Nope. Iam looking for SQLServer7, not oracle.
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