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basic question about database support

I have a very general question about database support in Netweaver. Can someone explain to me in general terms how NW would add support for a new database, like Sybase or Ingres? Is it an extensive effort or can JDBC be used?

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 06:09 AM

    Hi Jeffrey,

    Welcome to SDN family. Now about your question.

    <b>Ques 1) Can someone explain to me in general terms how NW would add support for a new database, like Sybase or Ingres?</b>

    <b>Ans:</b> You can very easily interact from netweaaver with other databases. Many datasource including oracle database etc, can be integrated with Netweaver. Even they have provided you with a Dictionary perspective in which you can create a local repository at the Server side and can use it in your application.

    <b>Ques 2) Is it an extensive effort or can JDBC be used?</b>

    <b>Ans:</b> No there is no extra effort and you can easily use JDBC also to interact with database.

    I hope this helps you. If some confusions are still there then you can always reply back. I will be glad to help you.

    Regards

    Pravesh

    PS: Please consider rewarding points also on SDN.

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