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SQL Server 2005 vs Oracle 9i for JAVA Application


SQL Server 2005 vs Oracle 9i for JAVA Application

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Mahesh Bote
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Hi All,

We are group of 8 peoples which consists FE developers, BE developers and Business Analyst. We have plan for developing one HMS - Hospital Management System application.

Now the main debate is going on which platform to be used, as we have JAVA developers and SQL Server developers with us. For DB we have two options, 1. SQL Server 2005, 2. Oracle 9i

We have DB team which is well versed with SQL Server 2000/2005 and aware with Oracle 9i. We have come to a conclusion for using SQL Server 2005 as BE. Now for the FE we have only one option and that is JAVA.

So I wanted to know how SQL Server 2005 is suitable with JAVA or vice-versa? Which things to be taken care of while working on such platform?


Thanks in advance,

Mahesh


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Gianluca Sartori
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SQL Server works great with Java. You just have to pick the right JDBC driver.
I have used JTDS and MSJDBC and they both perform well. Unfortunately they don't behave identically, but it'a a minor issue if you choose which one to use from the start.

Hope this helps
Gianluca

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