Driver manager is a class/interface.

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Driver manager is a class/interface...

Answer / eswar

The JDBC DriverManager is a clas....It loads the JDBC
driver needed to access a particular data source, locates
and logs on to the database and returns a Connection
object.

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Driver manager is a class/interface...

Answer / amarajagan

DriverManager is a Class as part of javax.sql.*; package.The
purpose of DriverManager is to register the JDBC Driver and
to get the Connection Object
--->DriverManager.registerDriver(new
Oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
--->Connection
con=DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:xe","scott","tiger");

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Driver manager is a class/interface...

Answer / tamilvanan

DriverManager is a class that present in java.sql package
which is used to connect the our application with database.
that is DriverManager containing getConnection() method
that return Connection object

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Driver manager is a class/interface...

Answer / bvk

in JDBC except DriverManager ang SQLException remaaining
all are interfaces.

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Driver manager is a class/interface...

Answer / panku

DriverManager is a class. By using the static method
(registerDriver) of this class you can register the
different venders JDBC drivers. Also by using getConncetion
method you can connect to the database which is registered,
it returns the object ref of Connection interface.

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