DBD JDBC 0.70

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This module allows you to use DBI to access a JDBC ...

This module allows you to use DBI to access a JDBC driver from Perl and is implemented in a fashion similar to that of DBD::Proxy. There are two components: a pure Perl DBD::JDBC module, and a pure java server application. Both must be installed in order to use this driver, though, like DBD::Proxy, they may be installed on separate machines.
The DBD::JDBC Java server process is threaded and supports multiple simultaneous connections.
The DBD::JDBC Java server uses the following JDBC 2. 0 features: java. sql. Types. {BLOB, CLOB, ARRAY},
ResultSet. getCharacterStream, ResultSet. getBlob and the java. sql. Blob type, ResultSet. getClob and the java. sql. Clob type.
Public methods of the JDBC Connection, Statement, ResultSet, and ResultSetMetaData classes, including any public driver-specific methods not part of the JDBC API, are exposed using reflection and the $h->jdbc_func method. Only methods with primitive or String parameters and return types are currently supported in this way.
This module also allows a Java application or servlet to create a JDBC connection and then exec a Perl script which can use that pre-existing JDBC connection via DBI.
There are three components to install: Convert::BER, DBD::JDBC, and the Java server.
- Convert::BER 1. 31
See the README file included with Convert::BER for installation instructions.
- The DBD::JDBC server component The Java classes and their source code are provided in dbd_jdbc. jar. Copy this file to a location of your choice. See the DBD::JDBC documentation (JDBC. pod) for instructions on running the server. You can install the DBD::JDBC Perl module and test it before setting up this server.
- DBD::JDBC The installation procedure for the Perl module follows the usual Perl installation procedure, but see below for details on running the "make test" step successfully.
perl Makefile. PL make make test make installThe "make test" step will run tests against the included hsqldb database. The classpath and JDBC URL are preconfigured to allow these tests to succeed.
If the java executable is not in your path, set the following environment variable: dbdjdbc: the Java executable. This will default to "java", so if java is in your path, you need not set this. Otherwise, set it to the complete path to your java executable. This will be used to start the Java server portion of this driver. You may override the port which the Perl and Java components of this driver will use during testing. To do this, set the following environment variable:
DBDJDBC_PORT: The default value is 43321.
There are some database-specific tests included; the test files are named for the database used. See the tests in t/. These tests make use of some standard default values. If you wish to run one of those database tests, set the following environment variables: CLASSPATH: this must include your jdbc_driver and any supporting files required by that driver. DBDJDBC_URL: a valid URL for your JDBC driver. The use of environment variables by the test scripts does not reflect normal usage of this driver; in general usage only the standard Java CLASSPATH environment variable needs to be set for the Java server portion of this driver. Also note that the test scripts attempt to start the Java server portion of this driver automatically; in normal usage, you will start the Java server by hand or in a startup script and leave it running (like a web server) for your scripts to connect to.

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