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Denodo Java 8 JDBC-ODBC bridge road map

We are attempting to upgrade our Denodo to the latest version (v60 update 20170515). This version supports Java 8 which helps us with some new data source connectors, however due to the jdbc-odbc bridge not supported in Java 8, we will be unable to use the ODBC connections to Microsoft Access. Can you help me understand the recommendations when migrating to Java 8? We would like to be able to have both the Java 8 JDBC connectors AND Microsoft Access connections (via ODBC or other)
24-05-2017 11:28:56 -0400

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Hi If you need to have both Java 8 and Access data sources then I'd use 2 installations: * One with Java 8 configured accessing all data sources except for the Access ones * One with Java 7 configured to connect to the Access data sources. Then, from the Java 8 instalaltion you can create a JDBC data source on top of the Denodo VDP with Java 8 and import all the Access base views that you need. This is the simplest solution although you'll need and additional license for the Java 7 install. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
25-05-2017 03:59:57 -0400
Followup - question: Is there a roadmap in place or a timeframe in which you will address this? Or do you have a position on the ownership of this issue (Denodo vs Microsoft) Thanks!
25-05-2017 09:16:24 -0400
Hi, The plan for the next major version is to distribute the JDBC-ODBC bridge with Denodo so the ODBC data sources work in the same way they were working with Java 7. Hope this helps!
Denodo Team
29-05-2017 03:48:20 -0400
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