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JDBC version differences
2015-03-26 16:50:34.0
I see that there are different version of the DBF driver. They all say they are Type 4 driver, and all version 5.2, but there's a 3.0 and 4.0 and 4.1? What do those refer to? We are testing the 3.0 but should we be testing the 4.0 or 4.1?

I'm sorry for being ignorant on this but this is not my normal area of expertise!
Re:JDBC version differences
HXTT Support
2015-03-27 03:20:48.0
All packages are released as version 5.2 . JDBC 4.2 packages are for JDK1.8.X. JDBC 4.1 packages are for JDK 1.7.X, and 1.8.X. JDBC 4.0 packages are for JDK 1.6.X, 1.7.X, and 1.8.X. JDBC 3.0 packages are for JDK 1.3.X, 1.4.X, 1.5.X, 1.6.X, 1.7.X, and 1.8.X. JDBC 2.0 packages are for JDK 1.2.X, and 1.3.X. JDBC 1.2 packages are for JDK1.1.X, and Personal Java.

You can use 3.0 , 4.0, or 4.1 .
Re:Re:JDBC version differences
2015-03-27 10:00:15.0
OK - that makes sense. Thank you for the clarification.

If we are using 1.7 (and someday plan to move to 1.8) is there a reason to choose 4.2 or 4.1 over 3.0 seeing as 3.0 will support all of them?

It seems that 3.0 is more flexible, but are there any negatives (i.e. performance, etc.) that come with that flexibility?

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