Joel Cochran wrote:
I think true "write once run anywhere" is a myth. I'm not saying you can't
get close, but I doubt you can truly achieve it.

In my experience, it's been "Write One, TEST EVERYWHERE".

This especially applies to anything that uses JDBC ... because each
database you need to interact with has it's own little foibles that make
it just a little incompatible with anything else.

david

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