Sigh. You don't understand it at all. Please review the entire thread.
A short review:
GWT CAN NOT INTERFACE WITH A DB *AT ALL*.
GWT can, however, interface with your server. Which runs, well,
anything. PHP. Ruby on Rails. Django. Python. Servlets. Whatever you
like. In your case, it looks like your hosting provider has made this
choice for you, and it has to be PHP. Which doesn't need a mysql
driver; it has support for some random unknown subset of mysql built
right in, and to know exactly what you can and can't do, you'll need
to ask elsewhere, as that has nothing to do with GWT.
Your PHP program can thus interface with the MySQL DB; it serves as a
'bridge' between GWT (which runs on your user's computers and can only
talk to your server, not to any database), and your database (which
runs only on your server's computer and can not talk to your users).
ODBC is a microsoft windows thing, and it's completely unrelated.
JDBC is a way for a JAVA SERVER to talk to a DB. You can't run a java
server on your hosting platform, JDBC is therefore completely and
utterly unrelated to what you're trying to do. Forget it.
If you misunderstand anything written in this entire thread... reread
it, I guess. We can't say it any clearer than this.
On Dec 24, 9:44 pm, "kokou.afideg...@gmail.com