Liberty Data Base Connectivity is a JDBC driver that provides vendor-independent database access. With LDBC, applications will just work on all major databases without source code changes. It is based on ANSI SQL and JDBC. It is very easy to use and learn, small and fast, and based on standards.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Java Libraries Database Front-Ends|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Native autoincrement for MySQL (native implementation for other databases will follow). COUNT(DISTINCT support). MS SQL Server support using the JTDS driver. An 'SQL only' trace. Password hiding on the console is now optional.
Release Notes: Support was added for [NOT] EXISTS, HAVING, CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS, and DROP TABLE IF EXISTS. It is now possible to retrieve the last autoincrement key using GET AUTOINCREMENT KEY. New import and export tools were included along with a console tool for interactive query processing. The error messages are now more user friendly and various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: PostgreSQL is now supported. Additionally, some smaller bugfixes have been made. A simple Object-Relation mapping library is included in this release. It is not finished, so this is just a preview.
Release Notes: Autoincrement columns are now supported. The MS SQL Server / Sybase style is used. For details, see the documentation. Quoted names are now used internally. This allowed reduction of the list of reserved words (keywords) to around 1/3 of the original size.
No changes have been submitted for this release.