Advanced JDBC Connector Functionality v42.2.19.1

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The previous example created a graphical user interface that displayed a result set in a JTable. Now we will switch gears and show you some of the more advanced features of the Advanced Server JDBC Connector.

To avoid unnecessary clutter, the rest of the code samples in this document will use the console to interact with the user instead of creating a graphical user interface.

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