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Bjarki Holm
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I replied this question in another post called How is your book different...
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Valdis Ozols
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Thank you Bjarki- I was specifically referring to a program like adabas12 - ADABAS D 11.0 Personal Edition for Linux
or DB2 UDB Personal Developer's Edition or Ingres. I appreciate the information.
Originally posted by Bjarki Holm:
Valdis,
yes, all the examples can be run under any operating system that supports the Java 2 runtime environment, which includes SuSE Linux.
What exactly do you mean by "database programs"? You can download and evaluate the example programs given in the chapters from the Wrox website, if that's what you mean.
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Anil Vupputuri
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What are the JDBC 2.0 compliant JDBC driver's for MS-SQL Server, which we can get it for free of cost.
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Bjarki Holm
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Anil,
as this information is dynamically changing (as new drivers become available), I suggest that you consult the Drivers database at SUN: http://industry.java.sun.com/products/jdbc/drivers.
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Suzanne Reiner
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Bjarki,
I have reviewed the table of contents and noticed several chapters adressing EJB's. Is the data presented in these chapters intended for advanced EJB developer or beginner/ intermediate?
Thank you for taking the time to discuss your book with us.
Suzanne
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Suzanne,
well, they do not assume any EJB knowledge, if that's what you mean. However, they do build up on the reader's knowledge, and get to some pretty advanced issues, but the reader doesn't need any particular EJB knowledge priorhand.

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