Answer Posted / bhalchandra kalloorkar
Using JDBC has following advantages:
1) As JDBC uses Java, your application becomes platform
2) JDBC is used as front end. So, even if Back end changes,
it requires very less changes.
3) Java is distributed. Hence your JDBC i.e. database
application can also become distributed & take advantage
of robust API that Java provides.
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