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I am using MYSQL Server 5.6 and mysql-connector.rar from my following java program and I am getting 2 types of JDBC drivers as an output of DriverManager.getDrivers method.
So what is the reason behind 2 types of drivers output?







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The 2 types of drivers you see are 1) ODBC-JDBC bridge and 2) native JDBC drivers.

In fact there are 4 types of JDBC drivers. ODBC-JDBC bridge is considered "type 1" and the other one is most likely "type 4".

Here describes what the 4 types are.
 
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