The new jdbc datastore architecture has been code named "NG" for "next
generation". Some of the implementations such as postgis, db2, oracle,
etc... use the "NG" naming convention for the factory name to prevent
conflicts with the old datastores.
Since ingres, like sql server and h2, did not have an old datastore you
can avoid using the "NG" naming convention.
On 3/2/10 1:09 PM, lim goh wrote:
> Hi all,
> I see many jdbc modules like db2, and postgis implements
> NGDataStoreFactory, while mysql and sqlserver implements
> DataStoreFactory without NG. Just what is NG? Thank you.
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