What does Type 5 JDBC data access mean to your application?

What does Type 5 JDBC data access mean to your application?

June 14, 2011 0 Comments

My customers often ask, "what does using a type 5 JDBC driver mean to my application?" - to which I have to respond "quite a lot." Here's a brief overview of Type 5 benefits which were outlined in our recent webinar/demo:

  • Unrestricted Performance - easily handles the application performance demands of modern data-driven enterprise Java applications.
  • Codeless Enhancements - offers the ability to add, configure, and tune features without requiring access to or changes made to JDBC code.  For example, you can check out our application performance tuning options for Oracle and applicable connection properties in the documentation.
  • Resource Efficiency - uses resources such as CPU and memory more efficiently in multiple environments.
  • All-in-One Deployment - supports multiple environments without requiring the deployment of multiple JAR files, or any native code libraries like DLLs.
  • Streamlined Standardization - does not require the use of extensions to the JDBC specification no matter what functionality is required by the application.

All of these benefits are critical in meeting the demands of today's application users - and a comparison clearly shows that type 4 cannot measure up to type 5.  Download a free trial today and see what Type 5 can do for your application!


Paul Griffin

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