The in-depth programmer's guide to database access with JDBC 3.0.
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:
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1. JDBC Today.
2. The Relational Database and SQL.
3. The JDBC API Explained.
4. Getting Connected.
5. Using the Connection.
6. Retrieving and Manipulating Data: The Statement Class and JDBC Exceptions.
7. The PreparedStatement and CallableStatement Classes.
8. The ResultSet Class.
9. Transactions in JDBC.
10. JDBC and Dynamic Queries.
11. The DatabaseMetaData Interface.
12. DatabaseMetaData Methods.
13. Advanced Topics JDBC in Action: Introduction to JDBC Design Patterns.
14. Table Browser Application.
15. Persisting Data Objects with JDBC.
16. JDBC Design Patterns: Data Access Objects and Value Objects.
17. JSP Basics.
18. JSP and JDBC in Development: A Discussion Group System.
19. JSP and JDBC in Development: Coding the Discussion Group System.
20. Transforming JDBC Data to XML.
21. JDBC and BLOBs.
22. Enterprise JavaBeans Architecture.
23. JDBC and Enterprise JavaBeans.
Appendix A. JDBC 3.0.
Appendix B. Java Servlets.
Appendix C. XML Basics and Processing with JAXP.
Appendix D. Math Functions.