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Type -3 JDBC driver : Network-Protocol Driver

MaheshS Kumbhar
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As Type -3 driver makes use of middleware architecture, my question is "where does this type of driver reside?" On the application server or on the Database server?


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kv ruby
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type3 being a pure java driver it actually functions like convert the JDBC calls to driver specific calls,
hence it resides in application server.


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