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JDBC Programming with Java
OverviewThis course is designed to provide students with the skills needed to develop solid Java applications using Java Data Base Connectivity (JDBC) to interact with relational databases such as Derby, DB2, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server. The default data base used for the class workshops is Derby.
This course can be delivered using Eclipse and MyEclipse Blue IDEs.
This course is one step in the following Learning Journey:
- Use JDBC statements to process JDBC Result Sets
- Manage JDBC exceptions
- Use prepared statements
- Call stored procedures
- Understand how to configure type 2 and 4 JDBC drivers
- Understand how enterprise Java works with JDBC
- Java developers who need to read and update relational data bases using JDBC
- Other IT personnel who need to interact with Java JDBC data base developers
- Basic Java programming skills
- Basic understanding of relational databases
- Basic understanding of Structured Query Language (SQL) statements
- Basic understanding of Data Access Objects (DAOs) is helpful but not required
- What is JDBC?
- JDBC versus Open Data Base Connectivity (ODBC)
- JDBC Driver Types
- How Does JDBC Work?
- Using SQL Statements with JDBC
- The Driver Manager Class
- Connecting to Data Bases Using JDBC
- Data Base Connection Failures
- Read-Only Connections
- Closing the Connection
- What Are Static SQL Statements?
- Creating a Statement
- Executing a Statement
- Closing a Statement
- Mapping Data Types Between Java and the Data Base
- Special SQL Data Types
- Reading and Updating SQL Data
- What Are Result Sets?
- When the Data Base Returns a Result Set
- Positioning Within the Result Set
- Reading Data from the Result Set
- Returning Data Values from the Current Result Set Row
- How to Check for Nulls
- Closing a Result Set
- Result Set Values
- Fetching Data from Result Sets
- Updating Data within Result Sets
- Catching SQL Errors
- The SQL Exception
- Handling SQL Warnings
- Data Truncation when Reading, Writing, and Updating Data
- What Are Prepared Statements?
- Preparing a SQL Statement
- Setting Input Parameters
- Executing a Prepared Statement
- Putting It All Together
- What is Meta Data?
- Reading Meta Data
- Result Set Meta Data
- Data Base Meta Data
- JDBC Driver Meta Data
- What are Escape Clauses?
- JDBC Escape Clauses
- Processing Escape Clauses
- Calling Stored Procedures Using JDBC
- Using Callable Statements
- Stored Procedure Meta Data
- Data Management Issues
- Maintaining Data Consistency
- Handling Concurrent Threads
- What is Dynamic SQL?
- Using Dynamic SQL
- JDBC SQL Batch Processing
- Types of JDBC Drivers
- Calling JDBC Drivers
- Getting JDBC Driver Meta Data
- Connection Timeouts
- JDBC Trace Log
- How JDBC Works with Enterprise Java
- Defining Data Sources
- Processing Row Sets
- Connection Pooling
- JDBC Events
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