Adabas 6.1 JDBC driver

Hi,

I need to extract data from adabas 6.1 lying in Mainframe. Please advise me of any free jdbc / odbc drivers or any other free middleware.

Regards,
Rajesh
rajeshmarappanAsked:
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Mick BarryJava DeveloperCommented:
you already asked that question. Why did you close it if you didn't get an answer?

As I explained in your earlier question, I do not believe there are any

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ammasajanCommented:
Hi,

In my knowledge, Attunity Connect Drivers are pretty good (proprietary software). You can try the evaluation version from this site:

http://www.attunity.com/attunity_connect_jdbc_drivers

Try this for connectivity:

Perform the following steps to directly connect to a data source:

   1. Include an import statement in an application to import the NvDataSource class, as follows:
      import com.attunity.jdbc.NvDataSource;
   2. Specify the following in order to define a data source object: NvDataSource ds = new NvDataSource();
      were ds is the name of the data source object.
   3. Specify the methods for the data source object, using the following syntax:
      ds.method
   4. Where ds is the name of the data source object, as specified in the previous step. For example, the following specifies the server and port for a connection:
      ds.setServerName("osf.acme.com");
      ds.setPortNumber(8888);
      Note: The methods available for the data source object are described in JDBC API Conformance.
   5. Connect to AIS using the following syntax:
      Connection con = ds.getConnection();
      were con is the connection instance.

Thanks & Regards,
Sajan.S
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rajeshmarappanAuthor Commented:
Software is too costly
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