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WebLogic Type 4 JDBC Drivers

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This document explains how to use the BEA WebLogic Type 4 JDBC drivers with WebLogic Server. This document covers the following topics:

This document is intended for programmers or administrators that want to use the BEA WebLogic Type 4 JDBC drivers to connect to a database through WebLogic Server. This document assumes that you are familiar with JDBC programming and JDBC configuration with WebLogic Server. For more information about these topics, see:

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