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Database Programming with JDBC and Java












Preface............................................................................... 2
Audience ......................................................................... 3
Using This Book.............................................................. 3
Software and Versions.................................................... 4
Conventions Used in This Book...................................... 4
Comments and Questions .............................................. 4
About the Philosophers................................................... 5
Acknowledgments........................................................... 7
Feedback for the Author ................................................. 7
Part I: The JDBC API......................................................... 7
Chapter 1. Java in the Enterprise.................................... 7
The Enterprise ................................................................ 8
Java as a Tool for Enterprise Development .................... 10
The Database ................................................................. 12
Database Programming with Java.................................. 14
Chapter 2. Relational Databases and SQL ..................... 16
What Is a Relational Database? ..................................... 16
Databases and Database Engines................................... 17
An Introduction to SQL ................................................... 19
A Note on SQL Versions................................................. 22
Chapter 3. Introduction to JDBC ..................................... 22
What Is JDBC? ............................................................... 23
Connecting to the Database ........................................... 29
Connection Troubles........................................................ 30
Basic Database Access .................................................. 33
SQL Datatypes and Java Datatypes............................... 37
Scrollable Result Sets..................................................... 38
The JDBC Support Classes ............................................ 42
A Database Servlet ......................................................... 43
Chapter 4. Advanced JDBC ............................................. 47
Prepared SQL................................................................. 47
What Kind of Statement to Use? ..................................... 50
Batch Processing ............................................................ 51
Updatable Result Sets .................................................... 54
Advanced Datatypes....................................................... 58
Meta-Data ....................................................................... 63
Chapter 5. The JDBC Optional Package......................... 74
Data Sources .................................................................. 74
Connection Pooling......................................................... 76
Rowsets .......................................................................... 77
Distributed Transactions ................................................. 79
Part II: Applied JDBC........................................................ 81
Chapter 6. Other Enterprise APIs.................................... 81
Java Naming and Directory Interface ............................. 81
Remote Method Invocation............................................. 83
Object Serialization......................................................... 89
Enterprise JavaBeans..................................................... 90
Chapter 7. Distributed Application Architecture............ 97
Architecture..................................................................... 97
Design Patterns .............................................................. 106
The Banking Application ................................................. 110
Chapter 8. Distributed Component Models .................... 111
Kinds of Distributed Components ................................... 112
Security ........................................................................... 119
Transactions ................................................................... 125
Lookups and Searches ................................................... 130
Entity Relationships ........................................................ 131
Chapter 9. Persistence ..................................................... 139
Database Transactions ................................................... 139
Mementos and Delegates............................................... 147
JDBC Persistence........................................................... 148
Searches......................................................................... 150
Chapter 10. The User Interface ........................................ 156
Swing at a Glance........................................................... 157
Models for Database Applications .................................. 159
Distributed Listeners ....................................................... 166
Worker Threads .............................................................. 167
Part III: Reference ............................................................. 169
Chapter 11. JDBC Reference ........................................... 169
Reference ....................................................................... 170
Chapter 12. The JDBC Optional Package Reference..... 227
Reference ....................................................................... 228
Colophon ........................................................................... 249


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