morkus, there are few FM developers working in Java/JDBC. You might strike up a conversation with the 360Works folks. They speak your language!
I gave up on Java after starting to work with webObjects and NeXT and many classes and books later. It was just 'one more thing' and my noggin was already plenty loaded with other languages.
Thanks for this great idea.
I actually sent him a message about the driver problem you responded to as this issue here is much less troublesome.
When I post JDBC type messages, like this one, I'm actually thinking you, TSGal, or somebody FM-internal will reply. this particular issue seems to be a lack of documentation - assuming, that is, there is a way to override the Always On validation setting in the first place.
I know I'm probably more of a propeller-head than most here, but you all put up with me well.
Thanks for the excellent suggestion!!!
P.S. The project at hand must be done with JDBC since I don't have the application that opens the files. Moreover, I'm not even sure you could export all the data field types from that application even if I did have it.
LOL. I have several propellers, I just can't wear them at the same time. and some of them need WD-40.
Jesse and the crew are terrific and probably know more resources for you!