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Creating JDBC SQL Statements. Displaying Records from a MySQL Database.
A tutorial on how to create and execute JDBC SQL Statements and display records from a table in a MySQL Database. Also covers topics like creating databases and tables in MySQL. All code is explained in detail.... 2) Installing and Configuring MySQL Database and ConnectorJ JDBC Driver on Microsoft Windows.
A tutorial on obtaining, installing and configuring MySQL Database and Connector/J JDBC Driver for use on Microsoft Windows. Advanced topics covered include installing MySQL as a Windows service and configuring MySQL and Connector/J JDBC Driver to use named pipes.... 3) What's new in JDBC 3.0
This article talks of how Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API has emerged as an important ingredient of the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platforms. Lots of new features in JDBC that cater to the number of areas of missing functionality adds to the already existing solid foundation. Relational databases can be easily accessed by the Java language based on this primary standards mechanism.... 4) JDBC wrapper: A quick data access solution for simple programs
With JDBC you can access databases from a java program. For any big project you will like to use JDBC for every program. It may seem overwhelming for any small program. It is especially handy when you started a program without any intention to integrate database but later when you want to you may find it difficult to integrate database. With JDBC you will find it simple to access database from Java programs.... 5) Connecting to a MySQL Database using Connector/J JDBC Driver.
A tutorial on how to connect to a MySQL Database using Connector/J JDBC Driver. Explains what are database URLs? Why and how to specify JDBC driver names? Then moves on to write a simple Java program to connect to a MySQL database server. Explains all the code in detail.... 6) How to import Excel, Access or XML data into MySQL database by using a MySQL Client Tool – Navicat?
This article discusses a solution to import MS Excel, MS Access, XML data to local or Remote MySQL databases by using a famous MySQL Admin Tool called Navicat.... 7) A Brief Introduction to JDBC.
This article provides a brief introduction to JDBC. Explains what is JDBC and how it can be used to access RDBMS. Provides a brief overview of JDBC architecture.... 8) What`s new in JDBC 3.0
The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API has emerged as a key part of the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platforms. It is the primary standards-based mechanism for the Java language to programmatically access relational databases, so when a new version of the specification is released by the Java Community Process, developers are bound to be interested. This article summarizes the key new features as outlined in Sun Microsystems` recently released Propose... 9) A Brief Introduction to JDBC.
This article provides a brief introduction to JDBC. Explains what is JDBC and how it can be used to access RDBMS. Provides a brief overview of JDBC architecture....
Working with preferences: the Preferences API Specification
The addition of the java.util.prefs package to Java 1.4 (through JSR 10) lets you manipulate user preference data and configuration data by providing you with access to an implementation-specific registry (for example, the Windows Registry on Windows platforms). This article introduces you to the Preferences class and walks you through its use. It puts it all together with a sample program.... 2) Quick Java programming with FESI
In the real world of everyday computing (and development), there are many situations where "whipping up a Java program" to perform a task is either impractical or too time consuming. This article takes you into the underground world of FESI (Free EcmaScript Interpreter), where deploying the Java language in a quick-and-dirty fashion is the norm rather than the exception. Article includes code snipets.... 3) Application Privacy Monitoring for JDBC
Privacy monitoring technology in information technology systems is now necessary in order to ensure compliance with stated privacy policies, especially in the customer information management systems in enterprises such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Privacy policies allow organizations to control the use of personally identifiable information (PII) according to individual choices. The IBM Tivoli Privacy Manager (TPM) provides server support for creating, deploying, and administeri... 4) Turning streams inside out
Add more versatility to your existing Java framework. The same framework supports file access, network access, character conversion, compression, encryption and so forth. This article presents a framework that lets an application efficiently read data from a source that only supports writing data to an output stream.... 5) Tip: Set up SAX Parsers
This is the first in a series of tips that will serve as a comprehensive guide to using XML from the Java programming language. I begin with coverage of the SAX API. This tipreviews getting an instance of a SAX parser and setting various features and properties on that parser.... 6) Java programming code page considerations
Every Java programmer should be aware of the problem of code pages vs. Java Unicode. This article describes some pitfalls to avoid with code page and Unicode conversions and provides example fixes for the problems. Armed with this informaion, you should be able to create applications that are more truly platform and code page independent.... 7) Out of the Sanbox
Overcome the restrictions placed by the java virtual machine on your applets. This guide shows how you can make use of digitally signed code to move your applet out of the sandbox.... 8) Diagnosing Java Code: The Liar View bug pattern
GUIs are generally designed with a model-view-controller architecture in which the view is decoupled from the model. The separation presents a challenge to automated testing because it`s difficult to verify that a state change in the model is reflected appropriately in the view -- it spawns the infamous "Liar View." This installment of Diagnosing Java Code examines the Liar View bug pattern.... 9) JAR Class Finder
JAR Class Finder is a WSAD/Eclipse plug-in utility for finding JAR files containing a given class for the Java build path of a project and for helping to fix NoClassDefFound exceptions. This utility helps users to quickly and easily resolve ClassDefNotFound exceptions, which commonly occur during run time. It can also be used to avoid getting such errors if used before run time....