In my last post, I pre-announced the availability of PI JDBC Driver 1.0 on vCampus this week. I'm pleased to say the software is now available in the Download Center and documentation can be found in the Library. I also pre-announced that I'd be writing more often, so I guess I'm 2 for 2. ;-)
So what are the use cases for PI JDBC Driver?
1) Developing custom Java applications that access PI data
2) Accessing PI data from non-Windows operating systems
3) Using 3rd party Java tools that support JDBC out-of-the-box
For you Java folks out there, check out the PI JDBC Driver manual and system requirements then give this new data access product a try. If you have any questions or run into any issues, feel free to contact our outstanding Technical Support. We also created a new Discussion Hall forum dedicated to PI JDBC Development.
Oh, and if you find this to be a valuable product, leave us a note somewhere here on vCampus - we never get tired of hearing your success stories. Now I'm off to grab my morning cup of Java...