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According to the feedback received on last month's webinar How Type 4 JDBC Drivers Limit Modern Java Environments, the limitations that Jesse highlighted are widespread and in some cases, cause severe problems in...
I’ve had a few days to come off of the Geek High that one gets when completely immersed in a tech conference and thought I would write my recap and highlights. First, the opening keynote was delivered by Jonathan Schwartz, and the...
Wondering what the next version of the JDBC specification will look like? What about that issue you logged; will it be fixed? What is JDBC 4.1 going to have in terms of new functionality? Join the JDBC Expert Group (of which I’m proud to be a member) as we cover these topics Tuesday (tomorrow) night...
In this JDBC Basics series we'll go through the basic steps needed to get a knowledge of JDBC. Following this series we'll go through more advanced features of JDBC drivers, such as advanced security (Kerberos, etc...), performance tuning, etc.. For completeness, we'll show code examples for SQL...
What's the big deal you say? Well, we now have the best client-side application failover of any JDBC drivers. It makes Oracle TAF look like a toy. To start with, we do not require that you use an expensive server-side technology like Oracle RAC, DB2 HADR, or Microsoft Clustering. Although not...
Just a quick note to say that the JDBC Expert Group (of which I'm unashamedly a part) will be having a Birds of a Feather session on Tuesday night at this year's JavaOne conference! Please drop by and let us know if you have any input on what we're considering and working on for the upcoming JDBC 4.1...
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