Databases have become an integral part of modern life. Today’s society is an information-driven society, and database technology has a direct impact on all aspects of daily life. Decisions are routinely made by organizations based on the information collected and stored in databases. Database management systems such as Oracle are crucial to apply data in industrial or commercial systems. Equally crucial is a graphical user interface (GUI) to enable users to access and manipulate data in databases. The Apache NetBeans IDE with Java is an ideal candidate for developing a GUI with programming functionality. Oracle Database Programming with Java: Ideas, Designs, and Implementations is written for college students and software programmers who want to develop practical and commercial database programming with Java and relational databases such as Oracle Database XE 18c. The book details practical considerations and applications of database programming with Java and is filled with authentic examples as well as detailed explanations. Advanced topics in Java Web like Java Web Applications and Java Web Services are covered in real project examples to show how to handle the database programming issues in the Apache NetBeans IDE environment. This book features: A real sample database, CSE _ DEPT, which is built with Oracle SQL Developer, provided and used throughout the book Step by step, detailed illustrations and descriptions of how to design and build a practical relational database Fundamental and advanced Java database programming techniques practical to both beginning students and experienced programmers Updated Java desktop and Web database programming techniques, such as Java Enterprise Edition 7, JavaServer Pages, JavaServer Faces, Enterprise Java Beans, Web applications and Web services, including GlassFish and Tomcat Web servers More than 30 real database programming projects with detailed illustrations Actual JDBC APIs and JDBC drivers, along with code explanations Homework and selected solutions for each chapter to strengthen and improve students’ learning and understanding of the topics they have studied
Covers fundamental and advanced Java database programmingtechniques for beginning and experienced readers This book covers the practical considerations and applicationsin database programming using Java NetBeans IDE, JavaServer Pages,JavaServer Faces, and Java Beans, and comes complete with authenticexamples and detailed explanations. Two data-action methods are developed and presented in thisimportant resource. With Java Persistence API and plug-in Tools,readers are directed step by step through the entire databaseprogramming development process and will be able to design andbuild professional data-action projects with a few lines of code inmere minutes. The second method, runtime object, allows readers todesign and build more sophisticated and practical Java databaseapplications. Advanced and updated Java database programming techniques suchas Java Enterprise Edition development kits, Enterprise Java Beans,JavaServer Pages, JavaServer Faces, Java RowSet Object, and JavaUpdatable ResultSet are also discussed and implemented withnumerous example projects. Ideal for classroom and professional training use, this textalso features: A detailed introduction to NetBeans Integrated DevelopmentEnvironment Java web-based database programming techniques (webapplications and web services) More than thirty detailed, real-life sample projects analyzedvia line-by-line illustrations Problems and solutions for each chapter A wealth of supplemental material available for download fromthe book's ftp site, including PowerPoint slides, solution manual,JSP pages, sample image files, and sample databases Coverage of two popular database systems: SQL Server 2008 andOracle This book provides undergraduate and graduate students as wellas database programmers and software engineers with the necessarytools to handle the database programming issues in the JavaNetBeans environment. To obtain instructor materials please send an email to:[email protected]
The traditional division of labor between the database (which only stores and manages SQL and XML data for fast, easy data search and retrieval) and the application server (which runs application or business logic, and presentation logic) is obsolete. Although the books primary focus is on programming the Oracle Database, the concepts and techniques provided apply to most RDBMS that support Java including Oracle, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. This is the first book to cover new Java, JDBC, SQLJ, JPublisher and Web Services features in Oracle Database 10g Release 2 (the coverage starts with Oracle 9i Release 2). This book is a must-read for database developers audience (DBAs, database applications developers, data architects), Java developers (JDBC, SQLJ, J2EE, and OR Mapping frameworks), and to the emerging Web Services assemblers. Describes pragmatic solutions, advanced database applications, as well as provision of a wealth of code samples. Addresses programming models which run within the database as well as programming models which run in middle-tier or client-tier against the database. Discusses languages for stored procedures: when to use proprietary languages such as PL/SQL and when to use standard languages such as Java; also running non-Java scripting languages in the database. Describes the Java runtime in the Oracle database 10g (i.e., OracleJVM), its architecture, memory management, security management, threading, Java execution, the Native Compiler (i.e., NCOMP), how to make Java known to SQL and PL/SQL, data types mapping, how to call-out to external Web components, EJB components, ERP frameworks, and external databases. Describes JDBC programming and the new Oracle JDBC 10g features, its advanced connection services (pooling, failover, load-balancing, and the fast database event notification mechanism) for clustered databases (RAC) in Grid environments. Describes SQLJ programming and the latest Oracle SQLJ 10g features , contrasting it with JDBC. Describes the latest Database Web services features, Web services concepts and Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) for DBA, the database as Web services provider and the database as Web services consumer. Abridged coverage of JPublisher 10g, a versatile complement to JDBC, SQLJ and Database Web Services.
This text presents the JDBC standard, Java's database connectivity environment, and provides information for using Java with JDBC for accessing databases. The manual is designed for users who are learning database programming for the Internet or company In
Presenting the complete, in-depth guide to JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)--the key to creating a new generation of data-rich Java applications, and the new standard that database vendors from Oracle to Sybase are lining up to support. North explains the how-to's of JDBC and covers its relationship with ODBC. The CD contains sample code written to the JDBC and ODBC APIs.
When creating complex Java enterprise applications, do you spend a lot of time thumbing through a myriad of books and other resources searching for what you hope will be the API that's right for the project at hand?Java Database Best Practices rescues you from having to wade through books on each of the various APIs before figuring out which method to use! This comprehensive guide introduces each of the dominant APIs (Enterprise JavaBeans, Java Data Objects, the Java Database Connectivity API (JDBC) as well as other, lesser-known options), explores the methodology and design components that use those APIs, and then offers practices most appropriate for different types and makes of databases, as well as different types of applications.Java Database Practices also examines database design, from table and database architecture to normalization, and offers a number of best practices for handling these tasks as well. Learn how to move through the various forms of normalization, understand when to denormalize, and even get detailed instructions on optimizing your SQL queries to make the best use of your database structure. Through it all, this book focuses on practical application of these techniques, giving you information that can immediately be applied to your own enterprise projects.Enterprise applications in today's world are about data-- whether it be information about a product to buy, a user's credit card information, or the color that a customer prefers for their auto purchases. And just as data has grown in importance, the task of accessing that data has grown in complexity. Until now, you have been left on your own to determine which model best suits your application, and how best to use your chosen API. Java Database Practices is the one stop reference book to help you determine what's appropriate for your specific project at hand. Whether it's choosing between an alphabet soup of APIs and technologies--EJB, JDO, JDBC, SQL, RDBMS, OODBMS, and more on the horizon, this book is an indispensable resource you can't do without.
Java Database Bible is a comprehensive approach to learning how to develop and implement a professional level Java 2 database program using the Java database connection API (JDBC 3.0). Includes an introduction to relational databases and designing database applications; covers interacting with a relational database using a Java program; and shows how to create and work with XML data storage using a Java program.
A complete guide to mastering the next generation of database programming technologies 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. Java Database Programming explains: How Java programs access online databases Integrating Java with networked database technologies Programming with JDBC How to develop JDBC drivers Java database tools and code libraries Java Database Programming is the innovative and hands-on book that will enable you to apply Java to real-world Internet and Intranet development. On the Java Database Programming supporting Web site, you'll find: tinySQL, a generic and extendable SQL engine written in Java The tinySQL JDBC driver Customizable Java database code Visit our Web site at: http://www.wiley.com/compbooks/
This publication focuses on two main aspects; the seamless integration of XML and persistency concepts into the object-oriented programming language Java. XML is the de facto standard data exchange format between arbitrary applications. There have been many efforts to integrate XML into programming languages reaching from the simple document object model (DOM) to whole XML class generators. These approaches are available in most popular programming languages. The integration of persistency into programming languages has been done by database programming languages as well as by certain new popular frameworks like Hibernate or approaches like EJB. Nevertheless, these approaches suffer from certain limitations concerning in particular transparency and object-orientation. While existing database programming languages integrate the relational model, Hibernate and EJB 3.x does not support polymorphism in general. EJB 2.x does not even support inheritance. In addition, although they try to, the approaches except by some database programming languages are not transparent. In this work, transparency means that arbitrary types may become persistent. Moreover, algorithms remain unchanged whether they are executed on transient or persistent objects. Finally, users can work with persistency on a very high level. Since there are so many currently developed frameworks trying to solve the integration problem of XML and persistency into object-oriented programming languages, the need for a holistic and transparent object-oriented database programming language seems to be there. The starting point of XOBEDBPL, which stands for XML OBjEcts Database Programming Language, is the predecessor project XOBE. XOBE concentrates on the integration of XML objects and XPath as the query language for these objects. The most important feature of XOBE is that each XML operation is statically type checked against the declared XML schema. In XOBEDBPL the XML integration is extended regarding the manipulation of XML objects. Before, XML objects could only be queried but not updated. The static type checking idea is kept and enhanced to include updates. While XOBE's intentions lie on the development of web applications, all objects can remain transient. XOBEDBPL is supposed to deal with persistent objects as well.
Many bookstores offer numerous choices of books on Java Server Programming; however, most of these books are intricate and complex to grasp. So, what are your chances of picking up the right one? If this question has been troubling you, be rest assured now! This book, Java Server Programming: Java EE 5 (J2EE 1.5) Black Book, Platinum Edition, is a one-time reference book that covers all aspects of Java EE in an easy-to-understand approach for example, how an application server runs; how GlassFish Application server deploys a Java application; a complete know-how of design patterns, best practices, and design strategies; working with Java related technologies such as NetBeans IDE 6.0, Hibernate, Spring, and Seam frameworks; and proven solutions using the key Java EE technologies, such as JDBC, Servlets, JSP, JSTL, RMI, JNDI, JavaMail, Web services, JCA, Struts, JSF, UML, and much more& All this, as the book explores these concepts with appropriate examples and executable applications no doubt, every aspect of the book is worth its price.