Java Database Programming with JDBC by Pratik Patel, Karl Moss

By Pratik Patel, Karl Moss

* different books disguise Java programming, yet basically visible Developer Java Database Programming with JDBC, second variation offers whole insurance of the most recent JDBC ordinary (1.2) and the most recent model of the Java Developer's equipment (JDK 1.1), Java's database connectivity atmosphere, and offers you all of the inside of details for utilizing Java with JDBC entry databases. crucial for making Java applets and purposes database-aware, JDBC is a needs to for Java programmers or database builders who are looking to holiday into the sphere of net database improvement. visible Developer Java Database Programming with JDBC, 2d variation is the fundamental guidebook for studying database programming for web or intranet functions. Readers will research the basics of Java database programming, then use the excellent tutorials to extra completely comprehend utilizing Java with JDBC to provide database functions. * Teaches how you can boost Java courses, from begin to end, for connecting to databases utilizing the latest model of Java's database connectivity normal, JDBC. * exhibits the way to write JDBC drivers, and the way to pick the best one. * contains a whole connection with the latest JDBC API specification. * includes a part on developing ODBC Java courses, together with a strong ODBC purchaser template for constructing functions. * indicates the right way to write JDBC applets that permit internet clients question a database. * Explains how you can create a Java Beans-compliant type library. * All examples, undertaking records, and resource code utilized in the ebook * quite a few JDBC instruments, drivers, and resource code from significant JDBC proprietors * special JDBC periods and applets * personalized database drivers and bridges among JDBC and different databases

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By Pratik Patel, Karl Moss

* different books disguise Java programming, yet basically visible Developer Java Database Programming with JDBC, second variation offers whole insurance of the most recent JDBC ordinary (1.2) and the most recent model of the Java Developer's equipment (JDK 1.1), Java's database connectivity atmosphere, and offers you all of the inside of details for utilizing Java with JDBC entry databases. crucial for making Java applets and purposes database-aware, JDBC is a needs to for Java programmers or database builders who are looking to holiday into the sphere of net database improvement. visible Developer Java Database Programming with JDBC, 2d variation is the fundamental guidebook for studying database programming for web or intranet functions. Readers will research the basics of Java database programming, then use the excellent tutorials to extra completely comprehend utilizing Java with JDBC to provide database functions. * Teaches how you can boost Java courses, from begin to end, for connecting to databases utilizing the latest model of Java's database connectivity normal, JDBC. * exhibits the way to write JDBC drivers, and the way to pick the best one. * contains a whole connection with the latest JDBC API specification. * includes a part on developing ODBC Java courses, together with a strong ODBC purchaser template for constructing functions. * indicates the right way to write JDBC applets that permit internet clients question a database. * Explains how you can create a Java Beans-compliant type library. * All examples, undertaking records, and resource code utilized in the ebook * quite a few JDBC instruments, drivers, and resource code from significant JDBC proprietors * special JDBC periods and applets * personalized database drivers and bridges among JDBC and different databases

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Key; // Look for the enter key pressed in the DBurl TextArea. getText(); // Set the global url variable to the contents of the DBurl TextArea. key; // Look for the Enter key pressed in the QueryField. 7. The Select method executes the // entered query, and returns the results. These results are shown in the // OutputField using the setText method. 6. 6 Opening a database connection. target == ConnectBtn) { // If the user clicks the "Connect" button, connect to the database // specified in the DBurl TextArea and the user name specified in the // NameField TextArea.

Again, more ResultSetMetaData methods are listed in Chapter 12. 4 Handy methods in the ResultSetMetaData class. Method getColumnCount() getColumnLabel(int) Description Indicates the number of columns in the ResultSet Returns the database-assigned Label for the column at position int in the ResultSet getColumnName(int) Returns the column’s name (for query reference) getColumnType(int) Returns the specified column’s SQL type isNullable(int) Tells you if the specified column can contain NULLs Indicates whether the specified column is searchable via a WHERE clause Understanding The Object Relation Model The Object Relation Model (ORM) attempts to fuse object-orientation with the relational database model.

SetConstraints(ConnectBtn, Con); add(ConnectBtn); // Here, we only want the ConnectBtn button on a row, by itself, so we // set the constraints, and add it. setConstraints(result_label, Con); add(result_label); // Here we add a label on its own line. We also set the colors for it. black); add(OutputField); // This is what we were talking about before. We want the large OutputField to // take up as much of the remaining space as possible, so we set the // weighty=1 at this point. This sets the field apart from the previously // added components, and gives it more room to exist in.

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