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So why did you choose that particular page? When I google for "msql" I find several pages for a company that claims to have distributed MSql since 1994, but not that one.
None of those pages mentions JDBC, either, but I only spent 30 seconds researching. I would say don't start writing your program to use MSql until you see what it can do.
Edit: But apparently you already have MSql running on a server somewhere. In that case I would go and talk to the administrator of that server. They should have contacts for MSql. They might already have a JDBC driver as part of their installation. [ July 24, 2008: Message edited by: Paul Clapham ]
Joined: Jan 04, 2008
thanks everybody for the replies.The database is changed to Ms Sql and now its working fine now:-)