The sample script shows you how to connect to a Microsoft SQL database. The additional database drivers are located in the file sqljdbc.jar, and the class name of the database driver is SQLServerDriver. Replace these values with values of choice to integrate to other databases.
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* This script shows how to load the database driver for the MS SQL database.
* The file and class names will vary between database providers. Please consult the documentation of
* the JDBC driver applicable to your database system of choice for further information.
// Make the necessary classes available to the script
// Define location of driver file
driverFile = "sqljdbc.jar";
// Add the driver to the classpath
// Load the driver class