Monday, December 26, 2005 01:58 PM
...which version of ODBC not supported by JAVA
?? Java does JDBC. For ODBC, you need a JDBC-ODBC bridge driver (as far as I know).
This means your Java code only sees the JDBC API, but inside the driver it translates into ODBC on the other end.
So if you have a JDBC bridge driver for your version of ODBC, then Java "supports" it. (not the Java language itself, not the core libraries that come with Java, but the driver itself, which implements the JDBC API for your client code, and which you get from a 3rd party, as far as I know)
So perhaps your question is backwards? i.e. "Is there a JDBC-ODBC bridge driver available, for my version X of ODBC?" or something like that?