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Accessing Data with J#

Visual Studio 2005

You can create robust local and remote database applications using the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) interface. JDBC is programming framework for Java developers writing programs that access information from databases, spreadsheets, and flat files. JDBC is commonly used to connect a user program to a "behind the scenes" database, regardless of the database management software that controls the database.

J# comes with JDBC-ODBC bridge that can be used to connect to any database that has a ODBC client connectivity support. Suitable driver shall be installed and also a ODBC DSN shall be configured on client computer for J# application to connect to database.

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How to: Use JDBC in an Application

Describes how to access data using the Level 4 JDBC driver.

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