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Is it worth writing a driver for Adabase?

Med Shabe
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Joined: May 08, 2001
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Yoooooo Rancher,
First off, congrats for the memory upgrade.
My scenario:
I am dealing with Adabas database, if you've heard of, and the dopey vendor does NOT supply the JDBC compliant drive for it (don’t mention Jadabas cause it aint a driver). The only vendor that carries the driver asking beyond what our org. can afford.
My question for gurus and SEs is, how difficult is it to write a JDBC driver that can run on Zzzzzzzzzzzzz machine (OS390)? On the scale of 1 – 10, 10 being the most difficult like installing ms windos, and 1 being as easy as using JDBC driver.

Thanks much.
 
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