Why the JDBC client needs a local install

Discussion created by mahes on Aug 6, 2013
Latest reply on Aug 7, 2013 by michaelh

We are developing PI connectivity to a java based application.


The application connects to PI server with a local JDBC installation.


This defeat the purpose of a Java application. Just copying RDSAWrapper.dll into C:\Windows\system32\ doesn't work.


Is there anyway to make java application to run without JDBC install?


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance