HIBERNATE - Features of Hibernate
|Use JVM 1.2. Use JCBC 2.0 features. Write UDRs and DataBlade modules in Java.||J/Foundation Developer's Guide|
|Specify Java environment variables.||J/Foundation Developer's Guide|
IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Reference
|Specify Java configuration parameters.||J/Foundation Developer's Guide|
IBM Informix Dynamic Server Administrator's Reference
|Set GLS environment variables. Use the connection properties.||J/Foundation Developer's Guide|
IBM Informix GLS User's Guide
|Use the update_jars.sql script.||IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Syntax|
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Java for Mac OS X 10.5, Update 1
Java for Mac OS X 10.5, Update 1 is now available via Software Update. This update adds Java SE 6 version 1.6.0_05 to 64-bit Intel Macs.
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