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ajay verma
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if i don,t want to use any of the 4 driver to connectivity with database;
is there any way to connect to database(i know that it is possible with database connection pooling).but how it is?
guide me pls......... :p
Ulf Dittmer
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What do you mean by "the 4 driver" - the 4 driver types defined by JDBC? If so, then there is no other way to connect using JDBC. Connection pooling also uses JDBC, so that is not another possibility. What are you trying to achieve by not using JDBC?


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