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What to use instead of JDBC

 
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If JDBC is not allowed, how to implement persistency?
 
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Hi Michal,

The database for your project is one database file, where all information is stored.
A lot of us use RandomAccessFile to "connect"(read the information) to this file.
I hope I understand your question, am I?

Regards,
Olena.
[ April 22, 2005: Message edited by: Olena Golub ]
 
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Thnx Olena. I'm preparing to SCJD, I don't have an assigment yet so I don't know any spec. I'm just trying to get some basic info on the javaranch.
 
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