Cache Your Data: JDBC Vs. ADO.NET

Friday Jan 20th 2006 by Staff

Most applications use some means of storing data whether it be a flat or XML file, an object-based database, or a relational database any one of which can be designed to fit your application needs.

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Since the data is usually physically separated from your application you need to somehow fetch and bring it to your application before it can be displayed to users, manipulated and saved back to your data source. In this article, we will compare and contrast the use of Java and .NET to communicate with a remote relational database.

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