JdbcProxy - To trace and stub JDBC calls v.1.1


JdbcProxy is a JDBC 2.0 driver that can help debug or test applications. The driver can wrap another JDBC driver to debug the JDBC calls done by the application. The driver can also emulate another JDBC driver to test the application without a database.

JdbcProxy is a JDBC 2.0 driver that can help ...

  • JdbcProxy - To trace and stub JDBC calls
  • 1.1
  • 27 Apr 12
  • jdbcproxy
  • N/A
  • Freeware
  • 199 Kb
  • 210
  • Free

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