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opinions on the new JDBC 3.0

 
Guillaume Compagnon
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What is your opinion on the new release of JDBC API 3.0 ?

A good start point to know about JDBC 3.0 is: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-jdbcnew/
for my part, the RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS function has been waited for a long time
The other features are aimed to improve performance with applications talking with DB. (connection & prepared statement pooling). That is SO important because the bottleneck is always (almost) with the communication with DB.
 
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Originally posted by Guillaume Compagnon:
What is your opinion on the new release of JDBC API 3.0 ?

A good start point to know about JDBC 3.0 is: http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-jdbcnew/
for my part, the RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS function has been waited for a long time
The other features are aimed to improve performance with applications talking with DB. (connection & prepared statement pooling). That is SO important because the bottleneck is always (almost) with the communication with DB.

I am looking forward to the savepoints! Of course getting drivers that implement JDBC 3.0 will be an entirely different story. I know inet has Merlia, but other than that, its slim pickings.
 
Guillaume Compagnon
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anyone know when Oracle will release their JDBC3.0 driver ?
 
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