Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver

Connect Java/J2EE Apps to Open Exchange Rates Currency Data

  • Pure Java Type 4/5 JDBC Driver for Open Exchange Rates.
  • Write SQL, get Open Exchange Rates data. Access Open Exchange Rates through standard Java Database Connectivity.
  • Codeless integration with popular BI, Reporting, & ETL Tools.
  • Integrate Java/J2EE applications with real-time currency and economic data.

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Connect from BI, Reporting, & ETL Tools

The Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver is a powerful tool that allows you to easily connect-to live Open Exchange Rates data through any JDBC capable application or tool! With the Driver users can access Open Exchange Rates the same way that they would connect to any other JDBC data source. The Drivers are completely self-contained; no additional software installation is required.

Enterprise-class JDBC Connectivity

The Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver offers the most natural way to access Open Exchange Rates data from any Java/J2EE application. Simply use the Open Exchange Rates Driver to connect and access data just as you would access any traditional database. The driver is completely self-contained - no additional software installation is required!

  • Access Open Exchange Rates data through widely available tools. The JDBC interface offers the greatest accessibility to Open Exchange Rates data from Java based applications and developer technologies.
  • Advanced wire-protocol SSL security for remote connectivity.
  • Faster application deployment and configuration.

Connect To Open Exchange Rates From BI, ETL, & Reporting Tools

JDBC is the most widely supported interface for connecting Java-based applications with data. All kinds of BI, Reporting, ETL, Database, and Analytics tools offer the ability to read and write data via JDBC connectivity.

  • Aqua Data Studio
  • Cisco Information Server
  • CloverETL
  • ColdFusion
  • Crystal Reports
  • DBeaver
  • DbVisualizer
  • IBM WebSphere
  • Informatica
  • IntelliJ
  • JBoss
  • Jetty
  • KNIME
  • NetBeans IDE
  • Oracle WebLogic
  • Oracle WareHouse Builder
  • RazorSQL
  • ... and many more!

The Open Exchange Rates Driver wraps the complexity of accessing Open Exchange Rates services in an easy-to-integrate, pure Java JDBC Driver. Applications then access Open Exchange Rates through the Open Exchange Rates Driver with simple Transact-SQL.

The CData JDBC Driver for Open Exchange Rates hides the complexity of accessing data and provides additional powerful security features, smart caching, batching, socket management, and more.

Open Exchange Rates Application Integration

The Open Exchange Rates Driver has the same JDBC architecture as the JDBC drivers for MySQL and OLEDB, including Connection, Statement and ResultSet objects. Because of this you can now access Open Exchange Rates data in an easy, familiar way. You can use the Open Exchange Rates Driver through popular IDEs (Eclipse, IntelliJ, NetBeans, etc.), in code through familiar classes, and in data controls available through Swing, Eclipse SWT Widgets, etc.

For example:

Connection conn = 
	DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:openexchangerates:user=myuseraccount;password=mypassword;");

boolean ret = stat.execute("SELECT * FROM ");
ResultSet rs=stat.getResultSet();
while(rs.next()){
  for(int i=1;i<=rs.getMetaData().getColumnCount();i++)
  {
    System.out.println(rs.getMetaData().getColumnName(i) +"="+rs.getString(i));
  }
}


More Than Read-Only: Full Update/CRUD Support

Open Exchange Rates Driver goes beyond read-only functionality to deliver full support for Create, Read Update, and Delete operations (CRUD). Your end-users can interact with the data presented by the Open Exchange Rates Driver as easily as interacting with a database table.

Connection conn = 
	DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:openexchangerates:user=myuseraccount;password=mypassword;");
	
String query = "UPDATE  SET Where= ..."; 

PreparedStatement pstmt = conn.prepareStatement(query);
pstmt.setString(1, "Location");
pstmt.setString(2, "UID");
pstmt.execute();
int count=pstmt.getUpdateCount();


Driver Features

  • Pure Java Type 4/5* Drivers: 100% Java architecture based drivers that implement the native protocol without reliance on client-side libraries.
    * Our drivers fit the definition of Type 5 drivers; however, there are only 4 official JDBC Driver types.
  • All-in-One Deployment: Single JAR that supports JDBC 3.0 and JDBC 4.0 specification and JVM versions 1.5 and above.
  • Certified Compatibility*: Our drivers undergo extensive testing and are certified to be compatible with leading analytics and reporting applications like SAP Crystal Reports, Pentaho, Business Objects, Crystal Reports and many more.
    * Please visit our knowledge base to access how-to articles.
  • Metadata Discovery:Full support for JDBC DatabaseMetaData provides extensive schema discovery capabilities. Explore tables, columns, keys, and other data constructs based on user identity.
  • Developer Friendly: Design-time support for all major Java IDEs, including Eclipse, IntelliJ, and NetBeans.
  • JDBC Remoting: Our exclusive remoting feature allows hosting the JDBC connection on a server to enable connections from various clients on any platform (Java, .NET, C++, PHP, Python), using any standards-based technology (ODBC, JDBC, etc.). JDBC Remoting is enabled using the popular MySQL wire protocol server.
  • Replication and Caching: Our replication and caching commands make it easy to copy data to local and cloud data stores such as Oracle, SQL Server, Google Cloud SQL, etc. The replication commands include many features that allow for intelligent incremental updates to cached data.
  • String, Date, Numeric SQL Functions: The driver includes a library of over 50 functions that can manipulate column values into the desired result. Popular examples include Regex, JSON, and XML processing functions.
  • Collaborative Query Processing: Our drivers enhance the data source's capabilities by additional client-side processing, when needed, to enable analytic summaries of data such as SUM, AVG, MAX, MIN, etc.
  • Easily Customizable and Configurable: The data model exposed by our JDBC Drivers can easily be customized to add or remove tables/columns, change data types, etc. without requiring a new build. These customizations are supported at runtime using human-readable schema files that are easy to edit.
  • Secure Connectivity: Includes standard Enterprise-class security features such as TLS/ SSL data encryption for all client-server communications.

Enterprise-Class Remoting

MySQL/SQL Database entry points for Open Exchange Rates Data

The CData JDBC drivers include powerful fully-integrated remoting capabilities that makes Open Exchange Rates data accessible from virtually anywhere. The drivers include the optional ability to accept incoming SQL and MySQL client connections and service standard database requests.

With the CData JDBC drivers, users can interact with Open Exchange Rates data from any client that supports SQL Server or MySQL: from web & mobile applications, to CRM and CMS systems, BI tools like SQL Server Analysis Services, and even through popular management applications like MySQL Workbench.

  • Access Open Exchange Rates data from virtually any application that can access external data. Applications that can access SQL Server or MySQL data can now connect to Open Exchange Rates with this driver.
  • Connect Open Exchange Rates data with popular BI tools like SQL Server Analysis Services.
  • Enable enterprise Open Exchange Rates data integration through SQL Linked Server connectivity
  • Includes support for the MySQL and SQL (TDS) remote access protocols - industry standards for remote database connectivity.
  • Offers advanced wire-protocol SSL security for remote connectivity


Connect to Open Exchange Rates Data from Code

The Open Exchange Rates Driver offers a standard SQL Server or MySQL interface to data, with read/write (CRUD) support. This powerful remoting features makes it easy to connect your applications with Open Exchange Rates data regardless of your solution architecture.

Use one of the standard client libraries for accessing SQL/MySQL from .NET, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, Objective-C, etc. to start your integration with Open Exchange Rates.


JDBC Driver Performance

With traditional approaches to remote access, performance bottlenecks can spell disaster for applications. Regardless if an application is created for internal use, a commercial project, web, or mobile application, slow performance can rapidly lead to project failure. Accessing data from any remote source has the potential to create these problems. Common issues include:

  1. Network Connections - Slow network connections and latency issues are common in mobile applications.
  2. Service Delays - Delays due to service interruptions, resulting in server hardware or software updates.
  3. Large Data - Intentional or unintentional requests for large amounts of data.
  4. Disconnects - Complete loss of network connectivity.

The CData JDBC Driver for Open Exchange Rates solves these issues by supporting powerful smart caching technology that can greatly improve the performance and dramatically reduce application bottlenecks.

Smart Caching

Smart caching is a configurable option that works by storing queried data into a local database. Enabling smart caching creates a persistent local cache database that contains a replica of data retrieved from the remote source. The cache database is small, lightweight, blazing-fast, and it can be shared by multiple connections as persistent storage.

Caching with our JDBC Drivers is highly configurable, including options for:

  • Auto Cache - Maintain an automatic local cache of data on all requests. The provider will automatically load data into the cache database each time you execute a SELECT query. Each row returned by the query will be inserted or updated as necessary into the corresponding table in the cache database.
  • Explicit Cache - Cache only on demand. Developers decide exactly what data gets stored in the cache and when it is updated. Explicit caching provides full control over the cache contents by using explicit execution of CACHE statements.
  • No Cache - All requests access only live data and no local cache file is created.

This powerful caching functionality increases application performance and allows applications to disconnect and continue limited functioning without writing code for additional local storage and/or data serialization/deserialization.

More information about JDBC Driver caching and best caching practices is available in the included help files.


Getting Started with Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver

Working with the new Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver is easy. As a 100% pure Java JDBC Driver, the Open Exchange Rates Driver integrates seamlessly with popular IDEs like Eclipse, IntelliJ and NetBeans, as well as any Java/J2EE application.

 

Eclipse Integration - Data Explorer

As a JDBC Driver, Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver can be used to access and explore Open Exchange Rates data directly from the Data Source Explorers included in popular java IDEs.


It's easy. As a standard JDBC Driver, developers can connect the Data Source Explorer to Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver, just like connecting to any standard database.

  1. Add a new Data Connection from the server explorer and select the Open Exchange Rates Data Source
  2. Configure the basic connection properties to access your Open Exchange Rates account data.

Explore real-time data! The Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver makes it easy to access live Open Exchange Rates data directly from any modern Java IDE.

  1. After configuring the connection, explore the tables, views, and stored procedures provided by the Open Exchange Rates JDBC Driver.
  2. These constructs return live Open Exchange Rates data that developers can work with directly from within the IDE.