Jalapeño and the Caché Java Binding are Deprecated
Caché provides three different approaches to using Java with Caché. After importing your multivalue application to Caché, simply run PROTOCLASS
on the application's data dictionaries. The data is then available to Java code through these approaches.
Java Projections Caché generates Java proxy classes, called Java projections, for Caché classes. Java code can access Caché classes on the Caché server using these projections as intermediaries. This provides an entirely object-oriented approach for exposing a Caché application to Java code. In a typical scenario, the Java code is part of a Java user interface for a Caché application.
Standard JDBC The Caché JDBC driver provides relational access to Caché data. The JDBC driver is a level 4 (pure Java) driver and supports the JDBC level 3 API.
This section of the tutorial covers only Java Projections and Standard JDBC. These connection options are the most applicable to situations in which you have an existing Caché application that you want to expose to Java, for example, after having imported a MultiValue application to Caché.
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