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JDBC Type 4 Driver

Posted on 2006-07-17
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Is there any free type 4 JDBC Driver??

If not which is the best commercial JDBC type 4 driver. I am having an application that uses MS Access. If I want to sell the application I should give that driver also.
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by:StillUnAware
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See this explanation, actually You don't even need any 3rd party jdbc driver at all:

http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/javaqa/2000-09/03-qa-0922-access.html
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by:objects
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aren't any that I'm aware of. your other option would be to switch databases to sojmething like hsqldb
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by:sree032397
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What are the other Such kind of database available
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by:sree032397
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I want to insert and retrieve lakhs of records from my Java Applicatio(Commercial) at a time. Which is the best database in terms of Time and Security
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by:objects
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need more details of your requirements, but Access is probably not the best choice.
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I just want to store and retrieve some important information(Which should not be altered externally). The number of reciords will be in terms of lakhs(as of now up to 10 lakhs, It may increase a bit). It should take less time.(1 to 2 minutes for inserting 1 lakhs of records with 4 fields where in duplicates not allowed. I declared it as a primary key and inserting in try-catch block.)
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by:objects
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i'd suggest hsqldb or mysql depending on your distribution needs
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by:sree032397
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Thanks.
Which is best suited if I want to distribute the database along with my application(Commercial) Can I distribute freely? I tried using my SQL it is very fast. But what about licence ?? Can I distribute freely?? What about HSQL DB??
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both can be freely distributed
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by:sree032397
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Thank You. Which one you will prefer in terms of security
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by:objects
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probably mysql
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Thank You
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