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Lokesh 5, 5 27 Type 4 drivers are the ones you probably want to stick with. That typically incurs an extra network hit, but again, that doesn’t say much about actual performance.
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Coming to type of ie, well its different ways in which they interact with DB which classifies them but ultimately aim is same i. They will have different performance characteristics.
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Again none of this has to do with functionality; however, they all impact how to deploy, how to debug, and how to configure the database connection. So which type of driver 1,2,3,4 is used for each of these?
Looking at the Oracle site and documentation, the different versions seem to be primarily targeting various versions of the JDBC API, which tend to correspond to the version of the JVM they were introduced in. Watson Product Search Search.
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Due to the extra “hop” of data through ODBC, one would expect it to be a bit slower than a type-4 access; however, there is a possibility that the ODBC is optimized to such a great extent for a particular situation, that the extra hop is negligible.
With Java generally being backwards compatible, it seems like sticking with ojdbc Contact and feedback Need support? See this link for a more detailed review.
Provides you apis to ojdbc14j.ar data in DB and needs a DB connection to do that which is where driver helps. Just a side note: With such a configuration, you will only need to deploy the JDBC jar file with your database accessing program. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
We are planning to upgrade our application servers to a new version of JRun which is carrying with it an upgrade from Java 1.
If you want to use ojdbc However I generely suggest to use the latest i. The “type” refers to how the driver implements the API. It was inteded for Java 1. Sign up using Email and Password.