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Posted Oct 18, 2002

Developer Solutions Updates HiT ODBC, OLE DB, and JDBC SQL

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From SourceWire.com]

HiT Software Releases Full SQL Product Line Support for DB2 Distributed Transactions and Static SQL on z/OS, OS/390, and OS/400

Developer Solutions, the application development specialist and distributor for HiT Software, recently announced that new releases of its ODBC, OLE DB, and JDBC SQL middleware products support distributed transactions and Static SQL for DB2 databases running on z/OS, OS/390, and OS/400 platforms.

Distributed transaction support enables applications to confirm updates to multiple databases before committing a transaction. Static SQL support allows developers to precompile SQL statements used within an application in order to significantly increase client application performance, free DB2 server CPU load, and take advantage of data access plan security.

HiT ODBC and OLE DB SQL middleware products fully support the Microsoft Transaction Server environment for Windows applications. Both Windows and Java products support DB2 UDB for OS/390 v6.1, DB2 UDB for OS/400 V5R1, and later DB2 releases on these platforms. HiT ODBC and OLE DB SQL middleware can be installed on Window XP, 2000, and 9X, and NT client and server platforms. HiT JDBC SQL middleware can be installed on any JDK 1.2 or later platform.

HiT ODBC, OLE DB, and JDBC SQL middleware with distributed transaction support is available immediately. Trial versions are downloadable from the HiT Software web site at http://www.hitsw.com/.

The complete article is available at http://sourcewire.com/Releases/ShowRelease.php?id=15750.


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