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Where can customers find information on benefits of jdbc driver version 5.1.4 over version 5.0.1?


TitleWhere can customers find information on benefits of jdbc driver version 5.1.4 over version 5.0.1?
URL NameWhere-can-customers-find-information-on-benefits-of-jdbc-driver-version-5-1-4-over-version-5-0-1
Article Number000114965
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: All supported platforms
Other: JDBC Drivers
Question/Problem Description
 Advantages/Benefits of using JDBC driver version 5.1.4 versus version 5.0.1

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All fixes and enhancements made in the JDBC drivers can be viewed in the README.txt file available with the product install and the fixes.txt file from the latest hot fix from each version. The fixes.txt file also describes in which hot fix exactly a certain fix is made.
README.txt and fixes.txt are located in the <install_dir> folder on Windows and Unix.

The README.txt file for the latest JDBC driver can also be viewed at the product documentation:

The README.txt file for the latest and previous versions is available on the Download Center/ESD website:

If users are unable to find it, please contact Technical Support to request for all the files:
Last Modified Date1/17/2019 2:42 PM
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