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how get connection to database.
 
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DriverManager.getConnection()
 
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Use either of them

  • DriverManager - Class in java.sql package
  • DataSource - Interface in javax.sql package


  • Both of them have a method called getConnection(). DriverManager has it as a static method whereas DataSource's is an instance method. getConnection() gives you a java.sql.Connection object.

    Also make sure of the JDBC Driver Type as well. Depends on that you need to pass the Connection URL.

    You can go through these links

  • JDBC Tutorial from Sun
  • JDBC articles in Sun


  • HtH.
    [ May 23, 2007: Message edited by: Raghavan Muthu ]
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