Sue Tibbetts

Sue
Tibbetts

Sue Tibbetts is a former assistant editor for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro.

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SQL Server Middleware

In simple terms, SQL Server middleware—such as OLE DB or .NET providers and ODBC and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) database access drivers—provides a connection between an application and a database.The SQL Server middleware processes application requests and presents them to a back-end database in a language, structure, or syntax that conforms to the requirements of the database server, then returns the data to the application.

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