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Re: JDBC2 question -- can't find files needed

From: Peter Mount <peter(at)retep(dot)org(dot)uk>
To: "Kogotkov, Vyacheslav" <Vyacheslav(dot)Kogotkov(at)artificial-life(dot)com>, "'pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org'" <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: JDBC2 question -- can't find files needed
Date: 2001-01-22 22:04:07
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At 18:07 22/01/01 +0300, Kogotkov, Vyacheslav wrote:
>    Hi,
>    Please, help !
>    I try to work with PostgreSQL 7.0.3 using JDBC2.
>For performance reasons I'd like to use the JDBC2.0 standard extension too
>which is represented by the package javax.sql.*. This package allows me to
>use the included connection pooling mechanism which is recomended for server
>applications. Thatfore I've been analyzing the JDBC driver source codes,
>which was on my Linux server, and thereby I missed the classes like:
>Is it possible to find a PostgreJDBC driver which supports the requirements
>of the JDBC2.0 standard extension javax.sql.* ???
>    While I've been searching in the Internet I found this:
><> . Overthere in
>the subdirectory org/postgresql I've found a source file named
>But I haven't found any description for it and I don't know if I can use it
>for PostgreSQL
>of 7.0.3 version.

Just double checked my copy of CVS and its in there 
(src/interfaces/jdbc/org/postgresql/ Now as that 
copy of CVS is only a few days old, try fetching it from anoncvs. 
Instructions are on the web site.

PS: In 7.1 the standard extensions are known as the Enterprise edition, and 
is automatically built if ANT (the new method of building, replacing make) 
finds the javax.* classes.


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