One reason is that jdbc2 goes along with Java2.  Thus in the jdbc2 tree 
we are allowed to use new methods introduced in jdk1.2.  Whereas in the 
jdbc1 tree we are limited to methods available in jdk1.1.


Rene Pijlman wrote:
> Perhaps this is a silly question, but why do we have separate
> JDBC 1 and 2 drivers? 
> Isn't the JDBC 2 driver also an implementation of JDBC 1?
> Regards,
> René Pijlman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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