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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
Scout ships with one [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jdbc|JDBC]] driver for the [[http://db.apache.org/derby/|Derby]] database. If you want to use other databases you can add JDBC drivers for those by installing the corresponding driver. This driver is published in the [[http://marketplace.eclipse.org|Eclipse Marketplace]]. This tutorial explains how to add and use JDBC drivers using the Scout SDK.
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Scout ships with one [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jdbc JDBC] driver for the [http://db.apache.org/derby/ Derby] database. If you want to use other databases you can add JDBC drivers for those by installing the corresponding driver. This driver is published in the [http://marketplace.eclipse.org Eclipse Marketplace]. This tutorial explains how to add and use JDBC drivers using the Scout SDK.
  
 
== Preparation ==
 
== Preparation ==

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Introduction

Scout ships with one JDBC driver for the Derby database. If you want to use other databases you can add JDBC drivers for those by installing the corresponding driver. This driver is published in the Eclipse Marketplace. This tutorial explains how to add and use JDBC drivers using the Scout SDK.

Preparation

First we create a new Scout "Hello World" application as described in the Hello World tutorial.

== Installation of JDBC Drivers using Scout SDK

TODO

Creating a SQL Service

TODO

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