AS 400 TOOLBOX JDBC DRIVER


Register by using a system property Each virtual machine has its own method of setting system properties. Using a URL in which a system name is not specified. Connecting to the server database; no default SQL schema or properties specified. For example, this could happen when trying to get a connection with an incorrect password. To set the driver using system properties, specify the following:

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For example, to specify properties using the Properties interface, use the following code as an example:.

Use the following statement to close the connection created in the previous example: Connecting to the server database and specifying user ID and password. Connecting to the server database; no default SQL schema or properties specified.

Connecting to the server database and using a uniform resource locator URL to specify properties. For example, this could happen when trying to get a connection with an incorrect password. Connecting to the server database; jdhc SQL schema specified.

Connecting to the server database and using java. As in the other IBM Toolbox for Java functions, if the user ID and password are supplied by the Java program, the default user is not set and the password is not toolbbox. You can use the DriverManager.

Registering the JDBC driver

You can register the driver either by using a Java system property or by having the Java program register the driver: When a connection is first made to the server, the user may be prompted for user ID and password.

For example, to specify properties using the Properties interface, use the following code as an example: Disconnecting from the database To disconnect from the server, use the close method on sa Connecting object.

Each virtual machine has its ws method of setting system properties. To set the driver using system properties, specify the following: Use the following statement to close the connection created in the previous example:. Setting the password clears any Kerberos ticket or profile token.

AS/ Toolbox Driver Configuration Properties (Configuring JDBC/ODBC Drivers)

The DriverManager will fail on the first registered driver to obtain a connection and so it will then try the second registered driver. For more information, see AS class. To disconnect from the server, use the close method on the Connecting object.

Register by using a system property Each virtual machine has its own method of setting system properties. Using a URL in which a system name is not specified This example results in the user being prompted to type in the name of the system to aas he or she wants to connect. Properties to specify properties. To set the driver using system properties, specify the following:.

See Managing connections in Java programs for information about managing connections. This example results in the user being prompted to type in the name of the system to which he or she wants to connect. Properties roolbox or by specifying the properties as part of the URL. An AS object is used internally, however, to manage default user and password caching. Although there may be situations where both registered driver listings get used.

IBM Toolbox for Java JDBC driver

Having a driver being listed twice in the DriverManager’s registry is normally not a problem. Using a URL in which a system name is not specified. The user has the option to save the user ID as the default user ID and add the password to the password cache.