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what is the difference between jdbc 2.0 and jdbc3.0 version

saikrishna cinux
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hi, i 've searched for the differences in google but i havn't got any good resources over there . so i am asking here
so please sombody tell me the differences between jdbc 3.0 and jdbc 2.0 versions ?


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See the JDBC Documentation, especially Appendix A of the Getting Started guide.


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Srikanth Basa
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From what I remember JDBC 3.0 brought in new features/interfaces such as
1 Savepoint
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The JDBC FAQ links to several articles outlining the differences between the various JDBC versions.


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