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New Developments with database access...

 
Chad Haselwander
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Hi Scot:
Sorry about my first post to this discussion forum. I recently started a J2EE course in Madison WI. One topic that was discussed was the debate of what to use for database access. We're going with JDBC -although we were told that JDBC is not the best way yet; that there is still a battle to see who ends up with the win in this area.
Any thoughts on this? (Sorry if this topic is to general)
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Moving this thread to the JDBC forum. Please continue this discussion there. Thank you
 
Scott Ambler
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Fundamentally, you should consider your options (JDBC, JDO, persistence frameworks, ...) and then pick the one that is best for your situation. You might find Chapter 13 of Agile Database Techniques (www.ambysoft.com/agileDatabaseTechniques.html) to be of interest as well as http://www.agiledata.org/essays/implementationStrategies.html which summarizes it.
You've got choices!
- Scott
 
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