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<p>May 4, 2010</p>
The Gemini DB Access project provides support for certain JDBC drivers to be able to be installed as bundles and accessed as services to be compliant with the OSGi JDBC specification.
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<h3><a name="OSGiEnterprise" id="OSGiEnterprise"></a>OSGi Enterprise APIs</h3>
The OSGi Enterprise specification was created in the OSGi Alliance and defines a set of OSGi services, some of which are used or implemented by Gemini DB Access. The specification APIs are licensed under the <a href="">ASL</a> license.