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Using JDBC to connect a ODBC data source

First excuse me my poor english.(I'm Spanish speaker)
My problem is this:

I know that para registrar un driver I use:

// registrar driver
try {
Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver").newInstance();
} catch (Exception e) {
System.out.println(e);
}

But i need know where are the file that contain this drivers.

If somebody can help I thanks.
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HenryMon
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HenryMon
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ashish_1319Commented:
There are 2-3 files that you can download from the net. I can name the files in which you can find the drivers.
classes12.zip , classes102.zip, classes111.zip

These are the zip files we use when we connect to the Oracle database.



Thanks
Ashish
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m_onkey_boyCommented:
Those classes are in rt.jar in your jdk/jre/lib directory.
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m_onkey_boyCommented:
(classes12.zip , classes102.zip, classes111.zip)

Those are the Oracle type4 drivers, where he is using the jdbc:odbc bridge.
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