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  • What Do I Pass In A Single-Tier JDBC Connection URL? -- Answer
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  • Single-Tier JDBC connection URLs take the following format: jdbc:openlink://ODBC[/DSN][/UID][/PWD][/READONLY] . Here is a description of each of the URL parameters: /DSN - Local ODBC Data Source Name; /UID - Database Username; /PWD - Database Password; /READONLY - Read-write or read-only session mode. Here is a sample Single-Tier JDBC connection URL: jdbc:openlink://ODBC/DSN=Local Oracle ODBC Data Source/UID=scott/PWD=tiger
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