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JBuilder jdsserver library documentation

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I have Borland JBuilder 9 and we have build a fairly large java based application using it. I cannot find any documentation for the classes that come with the jdsserver.jar library which includes the "com.borland.dx.dataset" namespace. Is there any documentation available for this product as it was released in 2003?
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Only think I could come across is this University's public copy of the JavaDocs:
com.borland packages

Here is possibly another helpful reference for you as you develop the application:
Developing Database Applications with JBuilder

Hope that helps!

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Argh, guess it would be nice if I looked at the question date.  Hopefully you are still monitoring this.  I was just checking neglected questions in the Databases zone and came across this -- I suspect no one was able to find the packages as it is pretty difficult to get after and took me a bit of combinations of keywords I know usually exist on an API page to locate the one above.

Good luck with the application!

Best regards and happy coding,

Kevin
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Yep that seems to be the only thing I can find. I guess I am just used to the .NET framework which has extensive documentation of the framework hierarchy and every version.
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I agree, but remember the distinction here: .NET framework = JRE.  Oracle/Sun has lots of documentation on the "framework" for Java.  It is unfortunate that the these 3rd party add-on's don't do the same.  Struggle with that in the Microsoft world too and they usually get blamed for these vendors lack of information/features.  Borland really should have this somewhere and I suspect they do, but it isn't easy to find -- but I would keep digging down that path -- it is probably in a book on JBuilder 9.

And in fact, since CodeGear was recently purchased by Embarcadero Technologies (explaining why the above article was so useful -- they are the owners now).

http://www.embarcadero.com/products/jbuilder

Might get you to updated documentation.
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Anyway, glad I could help and that you were still monitoring to see the information.
Best regards and happy coding,
Kevin
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