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Can I connect to MS SQL Server using OLE-DB in Java Programs??

 
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Another question..
Can MS Ole-Db be used somehow instead of the standard ODBC/DSN technique?? to connect to a java program??
FArooq
 
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Originally posted by Farooq Ali:
Another question..
Can MS Ole-Db be used somehow instead of the standard ODBC/DSN technique?? to connect to a java program??
FArooq


Hi Farooq,
I have never heard/seen it done, although maybe some of the type 4 JDBC drivers do that directly. Java programs expect to talk to a database using the JDBC API (even JDO is layered on top of JDBC for SQL data stores). The only way ODBC is used is with the JDBC-ODBC bridge.
Cheers,
Robert
 
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