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As with ojdbc14.jat performance concerns, the truth is discovered by testing in your environment. With Java generally being backwards compatible, it seems like sticking with ojdbc Again none of this has to do with functionality; however, they all impact how to deploy, how to debug, and how to configure the database connection. See this link for a more detailed review.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You have to differentiate between runtime and compile time.
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Types of drivers are explained in detail here: Post as a guest Name. Cognos Controller Controller Software version: Coming to type of drivers, well its different ways in which they interact with DB which classifies them but ultimately aim is same i.
However I generely suggest to use the latest i. Provides jdbc driver which will help you to connect to DB.
The Java program connects directly to the database, meaning that if there is a problem, it will be captured entirely within the JVM of the program making the connection type 1, it’s in the ODBC layer, type 2 it’s in the native compiled code, type 3 it’s in the remote network proxy. Here is the link to oracle documentation in addition to great answers for the question.
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Type 4 drivers are the ones you probably want to stick with. Ishan Bhatt 1 11 Customer is hosting their Controller databases on an Oracle database server. If using Oracle 12C R1 as your database server: That typically incurs an extra network hit, but again, that doesn’t say much about actual performance.