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Is there any method in java using which we can find which database we are using....let me elaborate..
I am writing a java code which will query a database.. there are two databases..SQL server and Oracle ....and I have two different SQL statement for these...I have to decide from the program which database I am using and use the appropriate SQL statement in the program...
So is there any system call to do this?
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No. What are the rules which define which database you are using? Normally this would be a configuration issue and some flag or property would direct the code which to use.
 
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Hi paul
my problem is I have two statements which do the same thing.

oracle version:

select u.useraccountid,u.personid,u.useraccountnm,u.passwordtxt from PRSNACCSASSIGN p,USERACCOUNT

u,PERSONSTATUSMM ps where p.MGRACCESSLASID <> -2 and u.useraccountid > 0 and ps.EmploymentStatID = 1 And ps.UserAcctStatID =

1 And ps.ExpirationDTM >= to_date('03/03/2005', 'mm/dd/yyyy') and ps.EffectiveDTM <= to_date('03/03/2005', 'mm/dd/yyyy') and u.personid = p.personid and ps.personid = p.personid

SQL server version:

select u.useraccountid,u.personid,u.useraccountnm,u.passwordtxt from PRSNACCSASSIGN p,USERACCOUNT

u,PERSONSTATUSMM ps where p.MGRACCESSLASID <> -2 and u.useraccountid > 0 and ps.EmploymentStatID = 1 And ps.UserAcctStatID =

1 And ps.ExpirationDTM >= '03/03/2005' and ps.EffectiveDTM <= '03/03/2005' and u.personid = p.personid and ps.personid = p.personid

I want to give my program enough flexibily so that the user does not have to choose from these statements..the program should do it.

Thanks
Avi
 
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The two queries you've highlighted are identical in all but one respect - how you've chosen to handle the dates. If you rewrote the query to use a PreparedStatement and bind the date value as a Date object then you can use this on both DBs transparently.

If you find yourself worrying about the effect of DB specific SQL finding its way into your application then I suggest you read up on the DAO pattern.
 
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Thanks Paul..
 
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