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Is there _any_ database that people use that doesn't have a JDBC driver at this point?
Maybe we can keep our lives simple by only enabling JDBC drivers?

Marc-André Laverdière
Software Security Scientist
Innovation Labs, Tata Consultancy Services
Hyderabad, India

On 06/12/2011 02:19 AM, Francois Tigeot wrote:
On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 01:18:47PM -0700, NoOp wrote:
On 06/11/2011 12:42 PM, Francois Tigeot wrote:
On Sat, Jun 11, 2011 at 11:47:54AM -0700, NoOp wrote:

As far as I know, nobody has used Adabas D since 2004, and the stuff is
proprietary crippleware at best.
There are much better options today if you want to use a serious database

Then perhaps the driver should be updated to support Adabas 8.2?

It can't be: the driver is for "Adabas D" and Adabas (no D) is a different

The Community Edition is version 6.1.8.

This "Community Edition" is an old, crippled version of the "Adabas D"
Apart from the name, it has nothing to do with the real Adabas database;
according to Wikipedia, Software AG bought the engine from a different
company and renamed it in the 1990s.

The PDF fact sheet on
is dated from 2007 and includes a reference to Adabas D 14; with such a
version gap 4 years ago, I can't help believing the "community version"
has been abandoned ...

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