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Rajesh Kumar
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Dear Friends,
Is there anyway to see the JDBC Drivers installed in my system ?
for ex : i java odbc driver, and microsoft sql server jdbc driver...etc.,
Can I see the list of all drivers ?
Is there anyway to develop a java program to see this ?
If anyone having any idea, please share ur ideas.
Yours kind cooperation would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Yours
Rajesh
 
Sita Kodali
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To see what ODBC drivers are installed in your Windows 9x machine, you can try this.
Click on
<ControlPanel>32 bit ODBC->choose <Drivers> tab, you will see a list of drivers, using any of them you can create a valid DSN for that particular database/source
On NT/Win2k machines -> Administrative Tools>Data Source (ODBC)
That DSN can be accessed using ODBC-JDBC bridge (these drivers are bundled with your jdk)
As far as MSSQL server drivers are concerned, if you installed the drivers supplied by M$, you can see that in <controlpanel>Add/Remove programs.
If you used any 3rd party drivers such FreeTDS etc., it's dependent on installation.
HTH
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Venkat
 
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