In the blog "Using P6Spy and the GlassFish Connection Pool to Trace Database Operations", Jagadesh shows you how to use P6Spy.
If you are using the Datadirect or the Sun OEM version of the Datadirect JDBC drivers, it is extremely easy to start tracing and logging the JDBC driver's database operations usin
The following is the current list of available JDBC 4.0 drivers:
- Java DB/Apache Derby
- MYSQL Connector/J 5.1
- Oracle 11g
Posted by lancea on September 17, 2007 at 8:25 AM PDT
Java DB, Sun's supported distribution of Apache Derby, has been upgraded from Java DB 10.1.3.1 which was bundled with Glassfish V1, to Java DB 10.2.2.
The new release of Java DB includes many new features and improvements including:
- JDBC 4.0 Support
- Improved on-line backup support
I created a simple Java Persistence API application using Toplink Essentials which ru
inet software has released JDBC 4.0 drivers for Microsoft SQL Server(Merlia driver) and for Oracle (Oranxo driver).
Atinav has also release a JDBC 4.0 driver for Microsoft SQL Server (aveConnect 4.0).
Well, we have made it. Java SE 6 and JDBC 4.0 are now final and have been released. It has been an interesting and rewarding adventure!
Java SE 6 SDK bundles Java DB which provides a JDBC 4.0 driver.
JSR 221, JDBC 4.0, has successfully passed the Final Approval Ballot in the JCP Executive committee. I would like to thank all of the JDBC 4.0 Expert Group members for their efforts on this specification. JDBC 4.0 is being delivered as part of the Java SE 6 release.
As you are all aware, we are in the final end game for releasing Java SE 6 in December 2006. As part of this process we
are actively testing all areas of Java SE.
The JDBC 4.0 PFD contains many clarifications to the JDBC spec including the JDBC API docs. The majority of the changes are reflected in b91 of Java SE 6, Mustang.