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From Mamta Satoor <msat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Derby Standards
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2005 18:35:40 GMT
Hi Philip,
 Derby does not implement JDBC Rowset, so we probably don't need JSR 114 
spec.
 Mamta
 On 8/11/05, Philip Wilder <050503w@acadiau.ca> wrote: 
> 
> Kathey Marsden wrote:
> 
> >Philip Wilder wrote:
> >
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> >>I'll take what I can get. :-)
> >>
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> >
> >Hmmm.. found this sitting in my drafts folder. Don't know if it is of
> >any help at this late date.
> >
> >I don't think we have a list on the website. It would be nice. In
> >addition to those you have mentioned,
> >a few specs of interest off the top of my head...
> >
> > - The Java Transaction API (JTA) Specification from Sun
> > - XA+ Specification which lives on the same page as the protocol
> >specifications at: http://www.opengroup.org/dbiop/
> > - JSR169 from Sun (10.1 only)
> > -The Java Virtual Machine Specification from Sun (relevant to byte
> >code generation)
> >
> >FYI: For the SQL Specs, I think you need $$ to get the official copies.
> >
> >Kathey
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> Thanks for the response. The nature of my research is such that I don't
> think I'll need an official copy of the SQL specification, an
> abstraction should suffice.
> Does Derby make use of the JDBC Rowset Implementations (JSR 114) Spec?
> 
> My current list of standards looks something like this:
> 
> JDBC 2.0
> JDBC 3.0 (JSR-53)
> JDBC Optional Package for CDC/Foundation Profile (JSR -169)
> JavaTM Transaction API (JTA) (JSR-907)
> SQL92
> SQL99
> DRDA Version 3.0
> The XA+ Specification Version 2 (SuperSet of The XA Specification?)
> The Java Virtual Machine Specification
> 
> Future:
> JDBC 4.0 API Specification (JSR-221)
> 
> Philip
>

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