Visual Developer SQL and Java Database Programming

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Most Java database books are long on theory but short on practical examples, full of JDBC but failing to show how Java can be applied to specific database situations. Visual Developer SQL Database Programming with Java is the shining exception: a hands-on, practical book that includes specific guidance for using Java and SQL with popular databases, such as Microsoft Access. And unlike other books that focus exclusively on JDBC and system programming, Visual Developer SQL Database Programming with Java shows how ...
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Overview

Most Java database books are long on theory but short on practical examples, full of JDBC but failing to show how Java can be applied to specific database situations. Visual Developer SQL Database Programming with Java is the shining exception: a hands-on, practical book that includes specific guidance for using Java and SQL with popular databases, such as Microsoft Access. And unlike other books that focus exclusively on JDBC and system programming, Visual Developer SQL Database Programming with Java shows how to craft SQL and JDBC database applications—appealing to a much wider market than other books. Provides practical instruction in creating database applications with Java, SQL, and JDBC. Shows how to design and build Internet-capable client/server systems. Includes thorough coverage of SQL, with key points illustrated by helpful diagrams. Explains how to use Java and SQL with popular database management systems, such as Microsoft Access. Demonstrates how to handle tricky issues such as views, multiuser access, database security, and database integrity. Teaches how to use Java's JDBC classes and the JDBC-ODBC bridge. Complete Java programs that use SQL tools and resources for Web database developers Questions and programming exercises to help readers check their progress Shareware and freeware Java and SQL development tools
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781576101766
  • Publisher: Coriolis Group
  • Publication date: 10/23/1997
  • Series: Cti Ser.
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 500
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.53 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 Introduction To Database Programming And Client-Server Systems 1
Ch. 2 Relational Data Basics 25
Ch. 3 Using Java To Access Databases 45
Ch. 4 SQL Queries 65
Ch. 5 JDBC API 93
Ch. 6 Sorting And Grouping 149
Ch. 7 Joins And Unions 183
Ch. 8 Designing Databases 223
Ch. 9 SQL Data Definition Language 261
Ch. 10 SQL Data Manipulation Language 301
Ch. 11 Advanced SQL Queries 335
Ch. 12 Creating And Using Views 373
Ch. 13 Multiuser Considerations 401
Ch. 14 Database Security And Recovery 435
Summary 458
App. A Quick Reference To SQL Statements 459
App. B Quick Reference To SQL Functions 471
App. C Quick Reference To Microsoft Access Data Types 475
Index 477
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