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Using interface file

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-07-03 12:29:59.0Z
Joe Posted on 1997-07-03 10:49:36.0Z
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Hi,
My SQL server and jConnect are both running in SUN Solaris.
How can I configure jConnect to read the Sybase's interface file instead
of specifing its address and port in the DriverManager.getConnection's
Url.

Thanks.


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-07-03 12:29:59.0Z
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Hi Joe,

There are no plans to support interface files via jConnect. There are
some Java Standards in the works for addressing scheme similar to how
Sybase uses an interface file. Once these are available, we will look
into supporting this with jConnect.

-lance

Joe wrote:
>
> Hi,
> My SQL server and jConnect are both running in SUN Solaris.
> How can I configure jConnect to read the Sybase's interface file instead
> of specifing its address and port in the DriverManager.getConnection's
> Url.
>
> Thanks.