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JDBC Drivers Doubt

 
Mark Henryson
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Hi,

I am only used JDBC-OBDC driver. I want to use all the remaining 3 drivers to know about it and how it's working. If anyone has how to do the coding for the remaining three drivers(native-API, net-protocl and native protocol),pls provide the same.
I have seen only the definition for this drivers. What are the differences and which one will be used more often by the programmers in the development side in the real time projects.
 
Roger Chung-Wee
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We only use thin drivers. They are fast (almost as fast as type 2 drivers) and, being written in Java, won't crash the server process.
 
David O'Meara
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Yup, as in this thread we generally prefer the highest driver type available ie Type 4 unless not available. (and never the JDBC-ODBC bridge if we can avoid it )
 
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