It has changed significantly. IBM did a bunch of work around about V5R4
on the performance of the SQL server jobs. They run about as quickly now
as native, local jdbc access.

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[mailto:java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin Passey
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 11:01 AM
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Subject: Re: Access with native driver

When we did some testing on this back in 2004 the native driver's
performance was significantly quicker - of course that may have changed
now.

Kevin

On 30/07/2010 16:30, David Gibbs wrote:
Luis Fernandes wrote:
I wanto to create a simple app that run in iseries envoirenment, and
access to the database via netive drivers.
Personally, I always use JTopen instead of the native driver. It
makes my environment more consistent. I suspect the performance
improvement would not be significant.

david

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