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Contribution [message #1065931] Fri, 28 June 2013 11:33 Go to next message
Ludwig Moser is currently offline Ludwig MoserFriend
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currently derby, h2, mysql and hsqldb are available in the updatesite

our company runs microsoft sql server, therefore i need dbaccess for it.

as there is no plug-in available for this server (not even the driver as plugin)
i created both, the driver-plugin and the dbaccess plugin

are you interested in this code / jars
if so leave me a message or reply here.

greetings from austria
Re: Contribution [message #1066657 is a reply to message #1065931] Wed, 03 July 2013 15:19 Go to previous message
Juergen Kissner is currently offline Juergen KissnerFriend
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Hi Ludwig,

Thanks for your comment and interest in DBAccess.

You are right, Gemini DBAccess does not yet support Microsoft SQL Server.

I do not think we (here at have a chance to enhance the JDBC driver to become an OSGi bundle (plugin), because the JDBC driver will presumably not have the appropriate license. For an overvies, please see figure 19 of the poster[1], which also lists compatible licenses.

The DBAccess support for SQL Server might be possible. For compilation, we would need a mock object for the DataSource and Driver with the correct (SQL Server) name and package, similar to [2].

Because I was not sure if that is (legally) acceptable, I raised the subject during our last Gemini call. Mike offered his support, he will help to clarify the question.

Until the legal side is sorted out, please do not upload any sources/binaries.

Best Regards,

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