Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2) 
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 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks...

--
Mike Linksvayer   http://www.***.com/



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

Quote:

> I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
> respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

> Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks...

> Mike Linksvayer

SQL-Retriever is a Type 3 ODBC driver anyway.  You could take a look at
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_North/odbcvend.htm which
gives a good listing of products.  BTW, the SCO product *is* SQL-Retriever
.....

Allan Gould
(allang at sco dot com)
(Please remove anti-spam measures if replying)



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

weblogic is working on a type 4 informix jdbc driver, which is in alpha right
now.  the type 4 beta version from informix should come out soon from what i
understand.

///daly

Quote:


> > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> > The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
> > respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

> > Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks...

> > Mike Linksvayer

> SQL-Retriever is a Type 3 ODBC driver anyway.  You could take a look at
> http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_North/odbcvend.htm which
> gives a good listing of products.  BTW, the SCO product *is* SQL-Retriever
> .....

> Allan Gould
> (allang at sco dot com)
> (Please remove anti-spam measures if replying)



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

i believe i read in weblogic's public support forum that they actually PURCHASED
that driver via an acquisition.  would it, therefore, really be in alpha?

my guess is it may be a bit further along, but who am i to guess...

calling them would be the best bet :)

Peter

Quote:

> weblogic is working on a type 4 informix jdbc driver, which is in alpha right
> now.  the type 4 beta version from informix should come out soon from what i
> understand.

> ///daly



> > > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> > > The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
> > > respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

> > > Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks...

> > > Mike Linksvayer

> > SQL-Retriever is a Type 3 ODBC driver anyway.  You could take a look at
> > http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_North/odbcvend.htm which
> > gives a good listing of products.  BTW, the SCO product *is* SQL-Retriever
> > .....

> > Allan Gould
> > (allang at sco dot com)
> > (Please remove anti-spam measures if replying)



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

Quote:


> > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> > The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
> > respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

> SQL-Retriever is a Type 3 ODBC driver anyway.  You could take a look at

Typo: too early in the morning: sorry: that should have read Type 3 JDBC
driver.
Quote:
> http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_North/odbcvend.htm which
> gives a good listing of products.  BTW, the SCO product *is* SQL-Retriever



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

Hi folks. I would like to write some SQL for Informix, using
characteristic functions. Has anyone had any luck in this area?
For those who don't know what characteristic functions are, you
can still help me: Is there any in-line functionality in Informix
SQL similar to the C code ((n > 0) 'true':'false')?

eg:
select
    'Column one is '
    || ((col1 > col2) 'bigger' : 'smaller')
    || ' than column two' from myIntTable;

yielding

'Column one is bigger than column two'
'Column one is smaller than column two'
... etc

Thanks!

--

Joseph Weinstein        Staff Engineer       http://www.weblogic.com

See our newsgroups: http://www.weblogic.com/services/newsgroups.html



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

This should be easy to solve in version 7.3 with the inline case
statement and possibly with decode as well. You find documentation for
this at http://www.informix.com/answers in the SQL syntax manual.

In earlier versions I have no better idea than a special stored
procedure for each function which probably wouldn't help you much.



Quote:
>Hi folks. I would like to write some SQL for Informix, using
>characteristic functions. Has anyone had any luck in this area?
>For those who don't know what characteristic functions are, you
>can still help me: Is there any in-line functionality in Informix
>SQL similar to the C code ((n > 0) 'true':'false')?

>eg:
>select
>    'Column one is '
>    || ((col1 > col2) 'bigger' : 'smaller')
>    || ' than column two' from myIntTable;

>yielding

>'Column one is bigger than column two'
>'Column one is smaller than column two'
>... etc

>Thanks!

>--

>Joseph Weinstein        Staff Engineer       http://www.weblogic.com

>See our newsgroups: http://www.weblogic.com/services/newsgroups.html

Nils Myklebust
NM Data AS
Norway

FAQ at: http://www.iiug.org/techinfo/faq/faq_top.html
(Now with ODBC info under "Third party products".)


Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)



Quote:
>select
>    'Column one is '
>    || ((col1 > col2) 'bigger' : 'smaller')
>    || ' than column two' from myIntTable;

>yielding

>'Column one is bigger than column two'
>'Column one is smaller than column two'
>... etc

I don't know if this would qualify as a solution for you, but:-

     create temp table t1 ( col1 smallint, col2 smallint ) with no log ;

     insert into t1 values ( 1,2 ) ;
     insert into t1 values ( 2,1 ) ;
     insert into t1 values ( 3,4 ) ;
     insert into t1 values ( 4,2 ) ;

     select col1, col2, "     column one is  larger than column 2"
       from t1
      where col1 > col2
      union
     select col1, col2, "     column one is smaller than column 2"
       from t1
      where col1 < col2

yields:-

       col1   col2 (constant)

          1      2      column one is smaller than column 2
          2      1      column one is  larger than column 2
          3      4      column one is smaller than column 2
          4      2      column one is  larger than column 2

     4 row(s) retrieved.

Any use?

  - Paul, who *highly* recommends "The Kingdom" by Lars Von Trier,
    available on video is the US and probably elsewhere. Best thing
    I have seen for a long long time.



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

Quote:
>> > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

Look at Object Interface for Java which comes with a Type 2 Driver.
Object Interface for Java is included in the Client SDK 2.0

It can be downloaded for free at the Informix-Homepage.

I did have a short look to it, but haven't tried it so far, but it looks
quite OK.

Anyone who did ? I'm interested in any experience with it.

--
Bernhard Derix

Homepage: http://www.forwiss.uni-passau.de/~derix/
Universitaet Passau, FORWISS, Zi. FMI 034, Innstr. 33, 94032 Passau
Tel.: 0851/509-3144



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

Weblogics does develope a type 4 driver. I've got an alpha version and it runs fine
with applets and servlets. They have not jet planed the pricing and licensing
issued. They will be available next week. There isn't also a prediction of the
timetable of the driver, when there will be a beta or final release.

best regards
thomas

Quote:

> i believe i read in weblogic's public support forum that they actually PURCHASED
> that driver via an acquisition.  would it, therefore, really be in alpha?

> my guess is it may be a bit further along, but who am i to guess...

> calling them would be the best bet :)

> Peter


> > weblogic is working on a type 4 informix jdbc driver, which is in alpha right
> > now.  the type 4 beta version from informix should come out soon from what i
> > understand.

> > ///daly



> > > > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> > > > The SCO and OpenLink products require SQLRetreiver and ODBC middleware
> > > > respectively, so neither is what I am looking for.

> > > > Anyone have any ideas?  Thanks...

> > > > Mike Linksvayer

> > > SQL-Retriever is a Type 3 ODBC driver anyway.  You could take a look at
> > > http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/Ken_North/odbcvend.htm which
> > > gives a good listing of products.  BTW, the SCO product *is* SQL-Retriever
> > > .....

> > > Allan Gould
> > > (allang at sco dot com)
> > > (Please remove anti-spam measures if replying)

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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

The Informix Java object interface is poor. Take a look at Connection
Software, they have a type 4 JDBC driver that works. I understand Informix
will use this driver in the future.

Quote:

> >> > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> Look at Object Interface for Java which comes with a Type 2 Driver.
> Object Interface for Java is included in the Client SDK 2.0

> It can be downloaded for free at the Informix-Homepage.

> I did have a short look to it, but haven't tried it so far, but it looks
> quite OK.

> Anyone who did ? I'm interested in any experience with it.

> --
> Bernhard Derix

> Homepage: http://www.forwiss.uni-passau.de/~derix/
> Universitaet Passau, FORWISS, Zi. FMI 034, Innstr. 33, 94032 Passau
> Tel.: 0851/509-3144



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 Informix JDBC driver? (type 4 or type 2)

WebLogic has a type 4 Informix driver that will be available

--bob pasker

Quote:

> > >> > I'm looking for an Informix type 4 or type 2 JDBC driver.

> > Look at Object Interface for Java which comes with a Type 2 Driver.
> > Object Interface for Java is included in the Client SDK 2.0

> > It can be downloaded for free at the Informix-Homepage.

> > I did have a short look to it, but haven't tried it so far, but it looks
> > quite OK.

> > Anyone who did ? I'm interested in any experience with it.

> > --
> > Bernhard Derix

> > Homepage: http://www.forwiss.uni-passau.de/~derix/
> > Universitaet Passau, FORWISS, Zi. FMI 034, Innstr. 33, 94032 Passau
> > Tel.: 0851/509-3144



Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
 
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