JDBC question

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I wonder what is needed in order to be able to do .prev() on a result set and to use the resultset to update. I use the library sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver with JBuilder 3.0 and SQL Server 7.

I know there was somebody who said that I need JDBC 2.0 but I am not sure how and what to install.

Does anybody have some suggestions ?

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JDBC Standard Extension API-the package javax.sql, which may be downloaded from http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc. This package makes it easier to build server-side applications using the Java platform by providing an open architecture that supports connection pooling and distributed transactions that span multiple database servers. The DataSource API plays an integral part in these capabilities and also works with the Javatm Naming and Directory Interfacetm (JNDI) to improve portability and make code maintenance easier. The javax.sql package also provides the RowSet API, which makes it easy to handle data sets from virtually any data source as JavaBeanstm components.
java.sql package-the JDBC 2.0 core API, which includes the JDBC 1.0 API plus the new API added in the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition
javax.sql package-the JDBC Standard Extension API
In keeping with the policy of maintaining backward compatibility, applications written using the JDBC 1.0 API will continue to run with both the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, and the Java 2 SDK, Enterprise Edition, just as they have always run. Having been well designed from the beginning, the JDBC 1.0 API is essentially unchanged. Applications using features added in the JDBC 2.0 API will, of course, need to be run using a driver that supports those features.

The package java.sql, being part of the core API, is automatically included when the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition, is downloaded. A driver vendor may bundle the package javax.sql with its driver product, but if a driver does not include the package, it can be downloaded from the JDBC website at the following URL:


JDBC 2.0 New Features


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senardjiAuthor Commented:
Great! Thanks.

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