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Java Database Programming
     

Java Database Programming

by Brian Jepson
 

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

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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

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471165187
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/08/1996
Pages:
485
Product dimensions:
7.48(w) x 9.13(h) x 1.06(d)

Meet the Author

BRIAN JEPSON is a programmer and consultant who specializes in Internet and Intranet database development. The creator of several freely redistributable Internet database utilities, he is President and a founding member of the SMT Computing Society in Providence, Rhode Island. He is also the author of World Wide Web Database Programming for Windows NT (Wiley) and writes for leading periodicals, including Internet & Java Advisor and Databased Advisor.

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