I was recently asked, why would you ever need to sign a jar? What advantage does it give me?
Our friends at JavaLobby were very gracious in working with me to produce an excellent online presentation on how the best-of-class JDBC drivers is the only choice for anyone considering Java Object/Relational persistence mechanisms. This is an important consideration for anyone dipping their toes into the murky waters of O/R persistence development.
At the conclusion of the presentation, I...
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This will be my last JDBC blog on Java.net. I am moving to a new position on the East Coast to head up Technology Evangalism for XQuery for Progress Software.
Tomorrow, Monday October 25th, we start a two day expert meeting to drive our specification efforts towards an early draft review publication of JDBC 4.0.
We have a full agenda and will be discussing the details of various components that make up the JDBC 4.0 specification including Ease-of-Development, XML and advanced Connection management
I've talked about JDBC RowSet Implementations and their general availability in in our Java Community Process release in addition to our Java Web Services Pack 1.4 Co-Bundle. With J2SE 5.0 now as a GA, production ready realease, our already broad user base can now enjoy JDBC RowSet Implementations as part of the core Java platform.