Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module J811. This topic is presented on public courses MySQL
, Java Programming for the Web
, Java Extra
, Deploying Java Applications on Linux / Unix
Java accesses relational databases, such as Oracle and MySQL, through JDBC classes. A manager class which oversees the process is provided with the Java distribution, but you'll also need to obtain a driver class to talk to the specific database of your choice. Using MySQL as an example, this module takes you through the sourcing, configuration and use of JDBC so that you can access data in a relational database from within your Java application.
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This module is available under an Open Training Notes License
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Topics covered in this module
Interfacing MySQL to Java.
Using JDBC to access other databases.
Using JDBC on the Web.
Example: Managing a table of information about a population.
Example: A more general table management Servlet.
Enhancing our examples.
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