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regarding connection pooling and jdbc driver

 
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Hi,,
can u pls give me the good links explaining how connection pooling
will be done ?

and what are the different types of driver availiable for jdbc
connectivity for following databases and source from where we get ?

Database availble drivers source to get them
-------- ---------------- -------------------
Access ?? ??
Oracle 9i ?? ??
Ms-Sql 2000 ?? ??


please reply ...as I am doing prepation for interview..
your reply will be v.helpful..
i searched the net but lots of un-organized info is comming..so please
help me..directly..

thanx in advance..

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[ August 09, 2005: Message edited by: Gols Tan ]
 
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If you are preparing for an interview that requires JDBC knowledge, cramming at the last minute is unlikely to help you out much. I'd recommend finding a JDBC tutorial to at least get basic concepts under your belt.
 
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Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
If you are preparing for an interview that requires JDBC knowledge, cramming at the last minute is unlikely to help you out much. I'd recommend finding a JDBC tutorial to at least get basic concepts under your belt.



i have 1 full day for interview...so pls help me... i have jdbc book and already done exercise regarding connection and was successfull. now pls don't comment and help directly if u can sir..
 
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Gols,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

The JDBC Basic Tutorial and JDBC 2.0 features are pretty organized sources of information.

As for connection pooling and driver types, search this forum.
 
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In fact there's one in discussion right now on driver types!
 
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