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Chapter 7. SQLJ
This chapter describes the use of embedded SQL in Java, also known as SQLJ. We also
compare SQLJ to JDBC, that is, dynamic SQL in Java applications.
Next, we look at how to write an application using SQLJ in a WebSphere Application Server
environment, and how to use SQLJ with WebSphere Studio Application Developer.
This chapter contains the following topics:
򐂰 Writing SQLJ versus JDBC applications
򐂰 Profile customization
򐂰 Application design
򐂰 SQLJ in WebSphere Studio Application Developer

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