8.9 Using Connector/J with MySQL Fabric

8.9.1 Installing Connector/J with MySQL Fabric Support
8.9.2 Loading the Driver and Requesting a Fabric Connection
8.9.3 Providing Information to Choose a MySQL Server
8.9.4 MySQL Fabric Configuration for Running Samples
8.9.5 Running Tests
8.9.6 Running Demonstration Programs
8.9.7 A Complete Example: Working with Employee Data
8.9.8 How Connector/J Chooses a MySQL Server
8.9.9 Using Hibernate with MySQL Fabric
8.9.10 Connector/J Fabric Support Reference

MySQL Fabric provides data distribution and high-availability features for a set of MySQL database servers.

Developers using Connector/J can take advantage of its features to work with a set of servers managed by MySQL Fabric. Connector/J supports the following MySQL Fabric capabilities:

The Fabric Client library for Java, which is included with Connector/J, is comprised of the following packages: