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Chapter 26. Connectors

Table of Contents

26.1. MySQL Connector/ODBC
26.1.1. Introduction to MyODBC
26.1.2. General Information About ODBC and MyODBC
26.1.3. How to Install MyODBC
26.1.4. Installing MyODBC from a Binary Distribution on Windows
26.1.5. Installing MyODBC from a Binary Distribution on Unix
26.1.6. Installing MyODBC from a Source Distribution on Windows
26.1.7. Installing MyODBC from a Source Distribution on Unix
26.1.8. Installing MyODBC from the BitKeeper Development Source Tree
26.1.9. MyODBC Configuration
26.1.10. MyODBC Connection-Related Issues
26.1.11. MyODBC and Microsoft Access
26.1.12. MyODBC and Microsoft VBA and ASP
26.1.13. MyODBC and Third-Party ODBC Tools
26.1.14. MyODBC General Functionality
26.1.15. Basic MyODBC Application Steps
26.1.16. MyODBC API Reference
26.1.17. MyODBC Data Types
26.1.18. MyODBC Error Codes
26.1.19. MyODBC With VB: ADO, DAO and RDO
26.1.20. MyODBC with Microsoft .NET
26.1.21. Credits
26.2. MySQL Connector/NET
26.2.1. Introduction
26.2.2. Downloading and Installing MySQL Connector/NET
26.2.3. Connector/NET Architecture
26.2.4. Using MySQL Connector/NET
26.2.5. MySQL Connector/NET Change History
26.3. MySQL Connector/J
26.3.1. Basic JDBC concepts
26.3.2. Installing Connector/J
26.3.3. JDBC Reference
26.3.4. Using Connector/J with J2EE and Other Java Frameworks
26.3.5. Diagnosing Connector/J Problems
26.3.6. MySQL Connector/J Change History
26.4. MySQL Connector/MXJ
26.4.1. Introduction
26.4.2. Support Platforms:
26.4.3. JUnit Test Requirements
26.4.4. Running the JUnit Tests
26.4.5. Running as part of the JDBC Driver
26.4.6. Running within a Java Object
26.4.7. The MysqldResource API
26.4.8. Running within a JMX Agent (custom)
26.4.9. Deployment in a standard JMX Agent environment (JBoss)
26.4.10. Installation
26.5. Connector/PHP

This chapter describes MySQL Connectors, drivers that provide connectivity to the MySQL server for client programs.


 
 
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