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This is documentation for Caché & Ensemble.

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Connection Tools and Access Modes

Users connect to Caché and authenticate using Connection Tools. Examples of connection tools include:

  • The Terminal.

  • A separate application, for example, a Java, .NET, C++, or ActiveX application.

  • A Caché Server Pages (CSP) or Zen Web application.

There are three categories of connection tools. These categories are known as access modes:

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The following table lists several of the connection tools associated with each access mode:

Access Modes and Connection Tools
Access Mode Connection Tools
Local
Terminal, Callin
Client/Server
ActiveX, C++, CacheDirect, ComPort, Java, JDBC, LAT, ODBC, Perl, Python, Telnet
Web
CSP, Zen