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Is connection to a remote SQL server DB possible using JDBC vs ODBC?

If so, does anyone know a good place to start research?

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Can you use JDBC to connect to a SQL Server database? = Yes.

Microsoft provide their own
(eg http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/aa937724.aspx )  
or you can find other JDBC providers that support SQL Server
(eg http://www.datadirect.com/products/datadirect-connect/jdbc-drivers)

Could you narrow down what topics you want to research?
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What I am trying to do is pretty straight forward with Oracle Database Gateway and ODBC, i figured since this is an oracle product, the placement of the post was valid. However, if you think otherwise is best, we can go with your setup.

What I am trying to do is create a public (or private) database link from within oracle to a remote SQL server, have link be created with JDBC instead of ODBC
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