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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 (Français) » SQL Anywhere 11 - Changes and Upgrading » What's new in version 8.0.0 » New features in version 8 » Adaptive Server Anywhere new features

 

Java in the database

Java in the database includes the following new features:

  • Java 2 support   Java in the database can now use classes from Java 2 (JDK 1.2 and 1.3) and Java.

    To use this feature, you must upgrade the database using ALTER DATABASE or by using the dbupgrad utility and supplying the -jdk option.

  • JDBC 2.0   Java classes in the database can now use the JDBC 2.0 interface to access data.

    To use this feature, you must upgrade the database using ALTER DATABASE or by using the dbupgrad utility and supplying the -jdk option.

  • Diagnostic procedure   A new system procedure, sa_java_loaded_classes, lists all classes loaded by the Java virtual machine.

    For more information, see sa_java_loaded_classes system procedure.

    To use this feature, you must upgrade the database.

  • Security manager   You can use a built-in security manager or provide your own implementation to control access to security-sensitive Java features.

    For more information, see Security management for Java.