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JDBC Driver

 
Shrawan Bhageria
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hi all
pl. let me know

JDBC Driver
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4)Native protocol pure java diver
why it is call thin driver

and which JDBC Driver use middlewire technology

shrawan
 
Shrawan Bhageria
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hi all

help me

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David O'Meara
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Types 2 and 3 drivers, and often type 1, require software to be installed on the client machine. Type 4 drives contain everything the client needs in Java code. This allow the Driver code to be bundled as a 'thin layer' to bridge the gap between your software and the database.
 
Yilmaz Mete
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Type 4 Drivers handle everything, say Socket Connection to the DB Engine, IO Streams, etc. themselves, do not depend on any software installed, JNI Calls etc.
Normally Type 4 Driver Calls will be considerably slow compared to the natives.
 
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