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TCJ (TPC-C via JDBC) is an implementation of TPC-C in Java using JDBC.

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TCJ (TPC-C via JDBC) is an implementation of TPC-C in Java, which is using JDBC and which was created with an emphasis on open source relational database systems. Thanks to this, it can be used to benchmark almost any RDBMS, which supports SQL.

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Features

  • TPC-C like (real-usage like) database benchmaking
  • Supports (probably almost) any SQL supporting RDBMS with exiting JDBC driver

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Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-04-18

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