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ADO connection and JAVA --- Pls. HELP!!!

lydia westland
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Joined: Feb 24, 2002
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Hi Ranchers,
I have a Java application, whose database connection is through ODBC to SQL server. But this project is going to be integrated with another project; that project is using ADO connection to SQL server 7.0. May I know if Java application can use ADO connection as well? then I don't have much to change.
Thank you so much

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Mark Spritzler

Joined: Feb 05, 2001
Posts: 17271

Well the ADO connection is just a connection to the Database, that's what JDBC is for, and you can use the JDBC-ODBC Bridge if you want to keep use the same DSN on the users machine.
I am assuming VB or VB like code for the other App using the ADO Connection.
There is also JIntegra which is a COM to Java bridge, which would allow you to use it.
But again I suggest sticking with JDBC to connect to your SQL Server.
But also note, I am not an expert in this subject, I just know ADO and I know JDBC, I just never heard of using Java and ADO together, its like putting Yugo car parts into a Ferrari.

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sanz nsgha
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Joined: Jan 18, 2002
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lydia, you can use ADO with Java using third party drivers. i used infoZoom's ADO driver and got quite good results in some cases. here's the link where you can download a trial copy:
good luck!
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