Improve your application user experience with faster data access
Incorporate any of your user’s data via JDBC standards
Get faster implementation and deployment with better ROI
Don’t see your data source? Build your own API solution with OpenAccess SDK and Autonomous REST connector
Increased throughput, CPU efficiency and memory footprint delivers faster response times and more scalable applications
Industry-standard security features such as TLS/SSL data encryption and Kerberos authentication making it easy to provide robust application security
Application failover and rigorous testing under production conditions offers a proven suite of connectivity products
Support for all major platforms and operating systems enabling data connection, no matter where it’s located
Critical infrastructure support that eliminates tedious application code and makes it easy to build robust applications
Worldwide technical support services provides round-the-clock technical support and maintenance services to ensure your success
Type 5 JDBC drivers offer the same client-side, single-tier, 100% Java architecture of Type 4 JDBC drivers, but address the limitations of many of the Type 4 JDBC drivers available today.
JDBC drivers are the most conventional way that many developers use to connect to databases from their Java applications. In the first tutorial of the series, we will show you how you can use Progress DataDirect JDBC drivers in your Java application to connect to your database.
Metadata is the data describing the data that is being stored in your data source. In this tutorial, we will be focusing on how to extract the metadata of the data source to which you are connecting using our JDBC driver.
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