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Getting started with jConnect

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-06-18 14:50:00.0Z
Pat Bates Posted on 1997-06-13 14:23:46.0Z
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Date: Fri, 13 Jun 1997 10:23:46 -0400
From: Pat Bates <pbates@avicenna.com>
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Hello,

I am currently starting an evaluation of your jConnect product. I would
like to use jConnect to allow a java application to talk to SQL
Anywhere on the local machine, in a two-tier configuration on either
Win95
or WinNT351 or later.

What I have:
- I have downloaded and installed jConnect.
- I have a copy of SQL Anywhere 5.0 Standalone. This was
bundeled with my installation of VisualCafePro (dbAnywhere). I installed
this from CD, but it has no documentation at all that I can find.

What I need to know:
- Will jConnect work with this copy of SQL Anywhere, or do I need
a full installation?
- Do I need a later version of SQL Anywhere than 5.0?
- I'm pretty sure I'll then need the Open Server Gateway software
from PowerSoft. Is this a part of the SQL Anywhere distribution
or do I get this seperately?
- Is there any more complete jConnect API documentation, something
more like the javadoc generated html that describes all public
interfaces? The current "Programmer's Reference" doesn't decribe all
of the class methods.


Thanks / Pat
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Pat Bates
Avicenna Systems, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
(617) 577-3195
jphb@world.std.com


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-06-18 14:50:00.0Z
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You can use the stand alone SQL Anywhere providing that
you have the open servergateway. You may obtain a copy from
the 1-800-8-sybase

You should get the most current version of SQL Anywhere as it
supports more of the functionality that jConnect expects.

Pat Bates wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I am currently starting an evaluation of your jConnect product. I would
> like to use jConnect to allow a java application to talk to SQL
> Anywhere on the local machine, in a two-tier configuration on either
> Win95
> or WinNT351 or later.
>
> What I have:
> - I have downloaded and installed jConnect.
> - I have a copy of SQL Anywhere 5.0 Standalone. This was
> bundeled with my installation of VisualCafePro (dbAnywhere). I installed
> this from CD, but it has no documentation at all that I can find.
>
> What I need to know:
> - Will jConnect work with this copy of SQL Anywhere, or do I need
> a full installation?
> - Do I need a later version of SQL Anywhere than 5.0?
> - I'm pretty sure I'll then need the Open Server Gateway software
> from PowerSoft. Is this a part of the SQL Anywhere distribution
> or do I get this seperately?
> - Is there any more complete jConnect API documentation, something
> more like the javadoc generated html that describes all public
> interfaces? The current "Programmer's Reference" doesn't decribe all
> of the class methods.
>
> Thanks / Pat
> ------------------
> Pat Bates
> Avicenna Systems, Inc.
> Cambridge, MA
> (617) 577-3195
> jphb@world.std.com

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