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manenkov
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Can I use a jdbc sources compiled with simple javac on win32? Or I MUST compile it under Lunix with CDC platform, and after this rebuild a Phoneme?

Why you do not put a compiled jdbc.jar to download area for free download?
I trying to use a jdbc with DBs (derby, hsqldb) and have a lot of troubles. I think many developers have a problems when begin to work with jdbc on CDC.....

Thanks,

Best regards,
Manenkov

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cjplummer
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I think the model for jdbc has always been that you need to include it as part of a CDC build. I'm not sure why it has always been done this way. For instructions on how to build jdbc, see the following URL:

http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Mobileandembedded/PhoneMEAdvancedBuildingJ...

Chris

> Can I use a jdbc sources compiled with simple javac
> on win32? Or I MUST compile it under Lunix with CDC
> platform, and after this rebuild a Phoneme?
>
> Why you do not put a compiled jdbc.jar to download
> area for free download?
> I trying to use a jdbc with DBs (derby, hsqldb) and
> have a lot of troubles. I think many developers have
> a problems when begin to work with jdbc on CDC.....
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> Best regards,
> Manenkov
>
> Message was edited by: manenkov