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ID: 23491, Advantage Database Server 7.1 and JDBC driver

by Edgar Sherman Email: Anonymous


Advantage Database Server for NT/2000/2003 Version 7.1 and the JDBC
Driver Version 7.1 for use with JBuilder 2006
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Description
Included in this install is a fully functional single user licensed copy
of the Advantage Database Server Version 7.1 for NT/2000/2003. Also
included is the JDBC Client driver Version 7.1 for use with JBuilder
2006.

Advantage Database Server is a high performance client/server RDBMS for
stand-alone, networked, Internet, and mobile database applications.
Advantage Database Server allows developers the flexibility to combine
powerful SQL statements and relational data access methods with the
performance and control of navigational commands. Advantage has native
development interfaces designed to leverage existing knowledge of
popular development tools such as JBuilder 2006. With optimized data
access methodology for easily delivering unparalleled performance,
Advantage provides security, stability, and data integrity while being
completely maintenance-free.

The Advantage JDBC Driver is a high performance Type 4 JDBC driver that
provides access to Advantage Database Server through any Java-enabled
applet, application, or application server. The driver is optimized for
the Java environment, allowing you to incorporate Java technology and
extend the functionality and performance of your existing system.

For more information, see http://www.extendedsystems.com/

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