|Re: Jaybird and API calls
|Roman Rokytskyy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Does Jaybird allow you to call the FB API directly? The reasonIn theory - yes. But why do you need this? If you use direct API
> I ask, is the "FB Manager" project is torn between C ++ plus
> dxWindows or Java. Comments would be welcome on the pros
> and cons of using Java as the development environment.
access, you loose all JDBC code above. I see no benefit of using Java
in this case. If you are interested in services API, we have a JMX
component that is supposed to do exactly this - manage server and
Note, our API implementation is not 100% complete.