Java Programming with Oracle JDBC-repost

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Posted on 2009-09-15. By anonymous.

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Donald Bales,"Java Programming with Oracle JDBC"
O'Reilly (12-2001) | PDF | 450 pages | 059600088X | 2.39Mb(rar)

Let Donald Bales show you how to leverage JDBC, a key technology used to access relational data from Java programs, in an Oracle environment. Begin by learning the all-important mysteries of establishing database connections. Then learn to issue SQL statements and get results back, to read and write data from large, streaming data types such as BLOBs, CLOBs, and BFILEs, and to interface with Oracle's other built-in language, PL/SQL. If you're taking advantage of the Oracle's relatively new ability to create object tables and column objects based on user-defined datatypes, you'll be pleased with Donald's thorough treatment of this subject. Donald shows you how to use JPublisher and JDBC to work seamlessly with Oracle database objects from within Java programs. You'll also learn how to access nested tables and arrays using JDBC. Donald concludes the book with a discussion of transaction management, locking, concurrency, and performance--topics that every professional JDBC programmer needs to know and understand. This is a must-have book for Java programmers working with Oracle.



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