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jdbc odbc driver download

 
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i'm not getting jdbc odbc driver
 
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Which one have you tried to download? There are multiple, even one provided with the JRE (sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver).

Anyway, this has nothing to do with user interfaces so off to the JDBC forum we go!
 
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just try importing the
java.sql.*;

And be sure you have the jar in the class path !
 
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Atul Darne wrote:just try importing the
java.sql.*;


No. The JDBC/ODBC bridge is not in the java.sql package, nor is any other commercial JDBC/ODBC driver.

And be sure you have the jar in the class path !


No. The JDBC/ODBC bridge is part of the JRE; to use it, nothing needs to be added to the classpath.
 
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