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JDBC supports Java's "write once, run anywhere" approach that helps eliminate cross-platform complexity. With JDBC Java developers can write data-base-independent SQL statements.

The JDBC process is fairly simple. First, the JDBC application invokes the JDBC driver manager to register and load the JDBC driver. Then the JDBC driver establishes a network connection with a database server, sends SQL statements, and processes the results.

There are four types of JDBC drivers:

  • JDBC-ODBC Bridge
  • Native API, Partly-Java Driver
  • Network-Protocol, All-Java Driver
  • Native-Protocol, All-Java Driver

The HP Driver for JDBC is the third type (Network-Protocol, All-Java driver) - the most flexible option.

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