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Data sources - the need to implement a full-blown RDBMS...

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Data sources There are many RDBMS vendors in the market place and WAS provides several native JDBC providers for  connecting databases. Traditionally, organizations use RDBMS such as Oracle, IBM DB/2, and Microsoft SQL  server. In most cases, JEE-based systems running in WAS will use either Oracle or IBM DB/2 as these two  RDBMS products are enterprise ready, extremely scalable, and are best suited for Unix-based systems.  Recently, there have been many advances in open source Java-based RDBMS which are capable of being  embedded within an application. What this means, is that an application can use a file-based Java DB without 
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Unformatted text preview: the need to implement a full-blown RDBMS architecture. Your WAS configurations for data access will depend on the application data storage needs, and the type of data management structure you have in place. Since we cannot demonstrate connecting to all RDBMS types and data usage scenarios, we will cover two scenarios. The first scenario will demonstrate how to connect to an enterprise product from a vendor, such as Oracle. The second scenario...
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