JDBC : Database Programming with J2EE

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This is a new book based on his last JDBC book. Some material will be taken from his old book and will be thoroughly updated and revised. New material and topics will include scrollable cursors, batch updates, connection pooling, distributed transaction support, advanced data types, support for time zones, support for BigDecimal, support for character streams, rowsets, JNDI lookup and connectors.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 752 pages
  • 178.3 x 235.7 x 27.2mm | 1,038.73g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 0130453234
  • 9780130453235

Table of contents

Preface. 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. Index.
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About Art Taylor

ART TAYLOR has served as technical lead on numerous J2EE projects and has taught high-level Java and J2EE courses for Sun Microsystems. Taylor is author of JDBC Developer's Resource (Prentice Hall PTR) and several other books on Java technologies. He has over 17 years' IT experience, most of it focused on database application development.
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