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Java database programming / Brian Jepson.

By: Jepson, Brian, 1967-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Wiley Computer Pub., c1997Description: x, 485 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471165182 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780471165187.Subject(s): Java (Computer program language) | Database designDDC classification: 005.133Java Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of Contents | WorldCat details
Contents:
1. Databases and the Java Programming Language -- 2. An Introduction to Databases and Database Design -- 3. JDBC -- 4. Forward Into the Past: CardFileAbstract for JDBC -- 5. Fun with Widgets -- 6. Inside the tinySQL Database Management System -- 7. The tinySQL JDBC Driver -- 8. Extending tinySQL -- 9. .mSQL and MsqlJava -- 10. Reimplementing the CardFile Application as an Abstract Class -- 11. Connecting to Databases Using Applets -- Appendix A. MsqlJava API Reference by Example -- Appendix B. JDBC API Reference -- Appendix C. JavaLex and JavaCup Introduction -- Appendix D. JDBC/ODBC SQL Reference. Table of contents
Summary: Java Database Programming teaches you the critical new Java database technologies and tools, including Sun Microsystems' Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) standard. You'll learn practical, step-by-step techniques with which you can harness the Java programming language. You will also learn how to create dynamic database applications and applets in both Internet and Intranet environments.
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Jepson, Brian, 1967-
Java database programming.
New York : Wiley Computer Pub., c1997
(OCoLC)605946617

Includes index.

1. Databases and the Java Programming Language --
2. An Introduction to Databases and Database Design --
3. JDBC --
4. Forward Into the Past: CardFileAbstract for JDBC --
5. Fun with Widgets --
6. Inside the tinySQL Database Management System --
7. The tinySQL JDBC Driver --
8. Extending tinySQL --
9. .mSQL and MsqlJava --
10. Reimplementing the CardFile Application as an Abstract Class --
11. Connecting to Databases Using Applets --
Appendix A. MsqlJava API Reference by Example --
Appendix B. JDBC API Reference --
Appendix C. JavaLex and JavaCup Introduction --
Appendix D. JDBC/ODBC SQL Reference. Table of contents


Java Database Programming teaches you the critical new Java database technologies and tools, including Sun Microsystems' Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) standard. You'll learn practical, step-by-step techniques with which you can harness the Java programming language. You will also learn how to create dynamic database applications and applets in both Internet and Intranet environments.

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