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sam liyanage
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what is the best way to connect databese to the program written in java JDBC or ODBC?
what are the difference between them?
i mean efiency...
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That's like saying what tastes better, apples or oranges? You're rarely in a situation where you get to choose one or the other, usually whatever database or software you are running determines that.


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Jaikiran Pai
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aruna sameera wrote:what is the best way to connect databese to the program written in java JDBC or ODBC?
what are the difference between them?


Isn't this the same which was answered in your other topic here?
harilal ithikkat
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Types of Drivers.
check this too


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