If you're a Java developer and you need JDBC 4 features like auto-loading, SQL exception handling enhancements, XML support, DataSet implementation of SQL, it makes sense to use the JDBC 4 compatible IBM Data Server Driver with IDS instead of the Informix JDBC driver. There are various other good reasons for switching to this driver, and the Feb 24 Chat with the Lab, starring the IBM JCC Development Manager Satheesh Bandaram, will look at the top 10. Below are the details..
INVITATION:Informix Chat with the lab - Wednesday, Feb 24
Time: 10:30 - 12:00 CST (GMT-06:00)
Presented By: Satheesh Bandaram (IBM)
Informix Chat with the Lab - Wednesday Feb 24, 8:30 AM Pacific, 10:30 AM Central, 11:30 AM Eastern, 4:30 PM London, 5:30 PM Paris
Topic : Top 10 reasons to consider IBM Data Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ for IDS serversIBM Data Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ (also known as JCC driver) has been enhanced to support IDS servers since the Cheetah (IDS 11) release. This common driver for all IBM data servers have several advantages over Informix JDBC driver, especially in the areas of JDBC 4 capability, transaction-level work load balancing with Mach 11, tight integration with Websphere, pureQuery and other IM products, support for secure SSL among others.Join IBM JCC Development Manager, Satheesh Bandaram, at the upcoming Informix Chat with the Lab as he discusses best practices around usage of IBM Data server driver for JDBC and SQLJ for IDS. He will examine the migration path, challenges you might encounter and some useful tips.Jerry Keesee, Director of the Informix Lab will introduce the call and Satheesh Bandaram, IBM JCC Development Manager will be our technical speaker.Presentation material will be available at www.ibm.com/informix/labchats prior to the event.Questions, comments or to be removed from this distribution: email@example.com
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