Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) builds on the Java and programming basics described earlier in this book. The discussions and examples in this chapter assume you are familiar with the Java syntax and structures described in Chapter 42. This chapter does not cover every aspect of JDBC but focuses on its basic usage.
You can use JDBC to execute dynamic SQL statements in Java programs. Oracle provides sample files with the Oracle software installation. You can use the sample files as examples to follow when creating your own JDBC programs.
Oracle 11g does not support J2SE 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4. The .zip and .jar files ...