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You can develop applications for the JDBC Client using J2SE 1.5.0_06 or higher, and the following APIs, which are supplied with the JDBC Client:
Standard installations of J2SE on some platforms do not include the jar file containing the extended encoding set that is required to support some of the less common database code pages. To verify whether your J2SE version provides extended code page support, check that charsets.jar is installed in the lib subdirectory of your J2SE installation directory.
If you do not have the required file, re-install J2SE, making sure you install the international version of J2SE.
Before you start building your own custom JDBC driver, this article will help you understand the different types of JDBC drivers. This is a good start to build a JDBC driver
Are you struggling to find a driver for your amazing, unique application? Here's our quick guide for building a custom driver. This one stop guide gives you all the resources to build a custom driver in ODBC, JDBC, ADO.NET or OLEDB standard in C, C++, Java or C#
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