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From Stanley Bradbury <Stan.Bradb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: When and why use DB2UDB jdbc driver instead of the Derby ClientDriver to access a DERBY NETWORK SERVER?
Date Tue, 29 Jul 2008 00:09:24 GMT
Alan Burlison wrote:
> Stanley Bradbury wrote:
>
>> With release 10.0 of Derby there was no open source client driver so 
>> the DB2 driver was required to use Network Server.  With Derby 10.1 
>> the Derby Client driver was introduced and the recommendation made 
>> everyone use that client driver.  This remains true today.
>
> Related question:  If you want to connect to a Derby instance using 
> something other than Java (C, Python Perl etc), what's the recommended 
> mechanism?  Google suggests the DB2 driver, but most of the articles 
> and howto's are several years old, and date back to the Cloudscape days.
>
> I've been using Derby very happily for the development stage of my 
> project, but I'm probably going to have to switch to MySQL unless I 
> can get decent connectivity to Derby from other languages, in 
> particular from scripting languages.
>
I am only aware of the following JDBC-ODBC solutions that are listed on 
the Derby Wiki (in addition to the DB2 UDB CLI based one) at:  
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/UsesOfDerby?highlight=%28odbc%29#head-df9797cbbfc50b7990efd862bb7779b92df9d087

 Carob
 EasySoft ODBC-JDBC Gateway
OpenDRDA



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