Subject Re: [Firebird-Java] Re: Jdbc 2.0 Patches
Author Blas Rodriguez Somoza

It seems that this discussion will take a while, so perhaps it is better to deliver a new beta as Roman proposes, and continue
with the discussion in the background. There are enough improvements and bug solutions in the basic JDBC area to justify a new beta.
I don't add the document about core JDBC functionalities yet, but I will do it this afternoon.

About the proposal, perhaps I don't do it in the right way, we need some kind of usable document to talk about.

I'll try to document an architecture proposal and present state including class/package UML diagrams. With this document as a
starting point, it will be easier to find an agreed and documented design.

I think the driver needs a documented driver structure goal, that now doesn't exist.

As soon as I have some idle time to do it I will post it to the list.

Blas Rodriguez Somoza

----- Original Message -----
From: "rrokytskyy" <rrokytskyy@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 11:28 AM
Subject: [Firebird-Java] Re: Jdbc 2.0 Patches

> > But these are precisely my points. Our code has to work with other
> > free dbms (we use postgresql and mysql as well as firebird). While
> > xa support is not available for them (nor available in several
> > frameworks - turbine, melati, jrf for example) then we need
> > different coding techniques to use xa when using firebird. That is
> Sorry, but why cannot you use driver in old fashion? JCA stuff is
> completely hidden from you when you instantiate driver using
> DriverManager, isn't it? So, the only thing you need is JCA classes
> in your classpath.
> Roman
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