JDBC 2 thin drivers

Hi.
On Jun 08 I3ve asked you about JDBC 2 thin drivers for Oracle.
I3ve been told that by the end of the month (June, I understod)
the 8.1.6 thin driver would be released. I3m already using Oracle
8.1.5. What I want to know is:
1) When will actually be released the new drivers ?
2) Will it be necessary to upgrade the server ?
3) Is there any Tech Track I should sign to receive updated
information about thin drivers ?
Thank you for your answer.
null

Marcelo,
You can download JDBC 2.0 - friendly drivers from Openlink
Software (http://www.openlinksw.com). Our latest 3.2 versions
that support JDK 1.2 can be found at
ftp://ftp.openlinksw.com/pre-3.2/index.html
... if you scroll to the NT / 95 section at the bottom of the
page, you'll find the "opljdbc2.jar" in the list.
Best regards,
Stephen
Marcelo Malagutti (guest) wrote:
: Hello.
: I3d like to know when will be released the JDBC thin drivers
for
: Oracle 8.0.4, compatible with the JDK 1.2. I need it to use
the
: new Java BLOB features of the JDK 1.2. Thanks.
null

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