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will also generate iterator Java classes. These iterators allow you to navigate
query results using a very simple get next protocol.
As your design takes shape, based on its desired performance and
sophistication you may see the need to investigate SQLJ or enterprise Java
beans. The most recent level of the JDBC specification is 2.0, but many
JDBC drivers you use will still implement 1.0.
6.4 Where to find more information
For more information on topics discussed in this chapter see:
WebSphere Studio and VisualAge for Java Servlet and JSP Programming
,
SG24-5755-00
Flanagan, David,
JavaScript: The Definitive Guide
, Third Edition, O'Reilly
& Associates, Inc., 1998
Maruyama, Hiroshi, Kent Tamura and Naohiko Uramoto,
XML and Java:
Developing Web Applications
, Addison-Wesley 1999
Flanagan, David, Jim Farley, William Crawford and Kris Magnusson,
Java
Enterprise in a Nutshell
,OReilly & Associates, Inc., 1999
For information on the IBM Application Framework for e-business:
http://www.ibm.com/software/ebusiness/
For information about the ECMAScript language specification:
http://www.ecma.ch/stand/ECMA-262.htm/
To learn more about Java technology;
see http://www.javasoft.com/products/
To learn more about the IBM Application Framework for e-business, see
IBM Application Framework for e-business: Understanding Technology
Choices
white paper found at
http://www.ibm.com/software/ebusiness/buildapps/understand.html/
To learn more about XML visit: http://www.ibm.com/developer/xml or
http://www.sun.com/xml/.
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