While compiling the jdbc driver I had the following error.
I used jdk1.1.6 and its on Digital (true 64) Unix.
[zubair(at)prism2 ~/jdbc]$ make
make $(java makeVersion)
sh: syntax error at line 1: `(' unexpected
*** Exit 2
I tried Hacking it but failed. So if you can tell me which version of "make"
you are you using, I can get that one and try again. OR if you can just send
me a precompiled jdbc driver, I will appreciate it.
Actually I will prefer a precompiled one. I read somewhere that I can put
that anywhere on any other machine (plateform independant) and get connected
to the database. Is that right?
I have project due pretty soon so if send the reply real quick, I will be
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