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JDBC: Database programming with J2EE

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JDBC: Database Programming with J2EE

Book description

JDBC gives Java developers the power to database-enable virtually any application, on virtually any platform, using virtually any database. In this book, leading JDBC expert Art Taylor combines an expert JDBC tutorial and a definitive API reference that provides thorough and detailed coverage of the new JDBC 3.0 standard. Taylor brings together code examples, design patterns, and expert programming techniques for J2EE programming. Code examples include Web development, GUI programming with Swing, servlets, JSPs, EJBs, and RMI.

Coverage includes:

  • Web database development capabilities leveraging JavaServer Pages and servlets
  • Database access using Enterprise JavaBeans components
  • Creating a GUI-based database browser using Swing
  • JDBC 3.0 support for scrollable cursors, batch updates, and connection pooling
  • DataSource lookup using JNDI
  • Using Blobs with JDBC
  • Dynamic SQL using JDBC database metadata

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About the publisher

As the world's leading publisher of academic and reference textbooks, Prentice Hall is committed to providing the most innovative, flexible, and powerful educational materials available today. Visit them at http://vig.prenhall.com/.

This was first published in July 2003

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