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shambhu kumar
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Which is the best driver for better response and for getting quick connection and why ?
 
Charles Lyons
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As soon as I'm able to pull a white rabbit out of my hat, I'll tell you... Or you could actually explain what it is you're talking about rather than assuming we can all do magic tricks and read your mind.

Edit: SCWCD isn't the best place for this as it isn't concerned with performance...
[ October 29, 2008: Message edited by: Charles Lyons ]
 
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Can you tell us what you mean by "driver for better response", so that I can move your post to the appropriate forum ?
 
shambhu kumar
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here driver means database driver
like spring, jdbc etc.........
 
Charles Lyons
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here driver means database driver like spring, jdbc etc.
Except Spring and JDBC aren't drivers. Spring is a framework. JDBC is an API for communication with databases. People write drivers for JDBC. It's also impossibly hard to even give you a list of available drivers without knowing what type of database you're using, like MySQL, MSSQL, PostegreSQL, Oracle etc.

So, what have you looked into in order to narrow down the choices? What sorts of benchmark studies have you already investigated as a starting point to deciding?
 
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