Oracle9i Jdbc Programming

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From the authentic Oracle Press comes the definitive guide to writing JDBC programs for use with the Oracle8i and Oracle9i databases,including details on Oracle extensions. In addition,JDBC support in the Oracle9i database as well as in Oracle9i Internet Application Server (via the containers for J2EE) is covered.
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Overview

From the authentic Oracle Press comes the definitive guide to writing JDBC programs for use with the Oracle8i and Oracle9i databases,including details on Oracle extensions. In addition,JDBC support in the Oracle9i database as well as in Oracle9i Internet Application Server (via the containers for J2EE) is covered.
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Explains how to write Java programs that access an Oracle database via the Java database connectivity (JDBC) API, and how to use Oracle 9iAS containers for J2EE (OC4J) to run components such as Enterprise JavaBeans, servlets, and JavaServer Pages. The author, who works for Oracle, covers PL/SQL procedures and functions, collections, large objects, transaction control, the Java Virtual Machine, connection pooling, and performance tuning. Familiarity with Java is required. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072222548
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 5/17/2002
  • Series: Osborne Oracle Press Series
  • Pages: 628
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. I Basic JDBC Programming
1 Introduction to JDBC 3
2 Introduction to Databases and Oracle 29
3 The Basics of JDBC Programming 85
Pt. II Advanced JDBC Programming
4 Advanced Result Sets 139
5 PL/SQL and JDBC 171
6 Database Objects 185
7 Collections 265
8 Large Objects 305
9 Advanced Transaction Control 355
Pt. III Deploying Java
10 Java Stored Procedures and Triggers 373
11 Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE (OC4J) 421
Pt. IV Performance
12 Connection Pooling and Caching 457
13 Performance Tuning 485
Pt. V Appendixes
A Oracle and Java Type Mappings 537
B Oracle Java Tools Reference 541
C Selected JDBC Interface and Class Reference 557
D JNDI and Data Sources 573
Index 583
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2002

    Nicely done

    I read other books on JDBC and Java programming with Oracle, and this is by far the best one. Not only does it cover accessing an Oracle database using Java with JDBC, but it also covers Oracle SQL and PL/SQL, developing J2EE components (EJB, JSP and servlets), and Oracle JDeveloper. It also covers Java stored procedures. The tuning chapter alone is worth the price of this book. 1.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2002

    Only book on Java and Oracle worth reading

    This book rocks! I bought it recently and the chapter on tuning Java programs for use with an Oracle database was well worth the price of this book alone. Our programs sped up by over 40% by applying the techniques shown in this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2002

    Covers everything you need to know about JDBC and Oracle

    I gave this book five stars because it is the best book I've seen on JDBC. It covers everything you need to know about JDBC programming with Oracle. It takes you through how to program in JDBC using a step-by-step approach that I really liked. It also covers OC4J programming.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2002

    I recommend this book to all Java programmers

    I bought this book a couple of weeks ago and found it to be extremely helpful in my job as a programmer developing Java applications. One of the things I really liked was that the book covered all the latest features of the Oracle9i database, as well as covering Oracle8i. The book also covers using the Oracle9i Application Server. Part 1 of the book teaches you the basics of JDBC programming, such as using the standard JDBC API, along with the Oracle extensions to standard JDBC. Part 1 also teaches the basics of databases and SQL. Part 2 covers more advanced programming with JDBC, such as using database objects, large objects, and PL/SQL. I also liked the coverage of advanced transaction control supplied in Part 2. Part 3 goes into how you store Java programs in the Oracle9i database, along with how you develop OC4J J2EE components such as Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaServer Pages and servlets for use with the Oracle9i Application Server. Part 5 shows how to tune Java programs for maximum speed. I thoroughly recommend this book to all Java programmers who write programs that use an Oracle database.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2002

    Best book on JDBC and Oracle

    I liked this book because it covers the details of using JDBC with an Oracle database. It also covers the new Oracle Application Server, including how to write EJBs and servlets. The book also covers performance tuning, and I was able to use the techniques in my own code.

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