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mSQL, tinySQLdriver, & JDBC-ODBC bridge

 
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I am very new to JDBC. Do I need to install mSQL,tinySQLdriver, JDBC-ODBC driver seperately or it comes with java apis? which java package I should import in my program to run jdbc?
Thanks,
Angela
 
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The JDBC-ODBC bridge comes with the JDK. mSQL and tinySQLdriver you'll need to download separately if you want them. As you are new to JDBC I'd suggest going through this tutorial http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc/learning.html and FAQ http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc/faq.html.
 
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From where I can download mSQL and tinySQLDriver?
Thanks,
Angela

Originally posted by Col Bell:

mSQL and tinySQLdriver you'll need to download separately if you want them.

 
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