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JDBC instead of XDBC with Vision files Has anyone been able to use a JDBC driver instead of the XDBC driver for an interface integration from Vision files.

JDBC instead of XDBC with Vision files

Has anyone been able to use a JDBC driver instead of the XDBC driver for an interface integration from Vision files.

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RE: JDBC instead of XDBC with Vision files Has anyone been able to use a JDBC driver instead of the XDBC driver for an interface integration from Vision files.

Have you used the vortex.jar which is part of AcuXDBC Enterprise. This provides JDBC access to Vision files.
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RE: JDBC instead of XDBC with Vision files Has anyone been able to use a JDBC driver instead of the XDBC driver for an interface integration from Vision files.

Hello I have the same need to connect Coldfusion to my vision files over JDBC. I was able to do a test in MS Access thru ODBC successfully. Now I want to connect my CF but I have no idea where to begin. Could you please help?
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RE: JDBC instead of XDBC with Vision files Has anyone been able to use a JDBC driver instead of the XDBC driver for an interface integration from Vision files.

You need AcuXDBC Enterprise which provide JDBC connectivity to your Vision data. Check on the Working with Java Applications -The enterprise edition of AcuXDBC includes the "vortex.jar" file, which enables a Java client application to connect to your Vision database, in the Acu documentation.
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