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JDBC 4.0 and Oracle JDeveloper for J2EE Development by Deepak Vohra

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Preface

Data retrieval and storage are one of the most common components of J2EE applications. JDBC (Java DataBase Connectivity) is the Java API for accessing a Structured Query Language (SQL) relational database and adding, retrieving, and updating data in the database. JDBC 3.0 specification is the current specification implemented by most application servers. JDBC 4.0 specification became available in December 2006, but is not yet implemented by most application servers such as Oracle Application Server, WebLogic Server, JBoss Application Server, and WebSphere Application Server.

To connect with a SQL relational database, a JDBC driver is required; and most databases provide a JDBC 4.0 driver. We will use the Oracle JDeveloper 10.1.3 IDE to ...

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