JDBC

Java Database Connectivity is the standard for communication between a Java application and a relational database. The JDBC API is released in two versions; JDBC version 1.   More>>

Java Database Connectivity is the standard for communication between a Java application and a relational database. The JDBC API is released in two versions; JDBC version 1.22 (released with JDK 1.1.X in package java.sql) and version 2.0 (released with Java platform 2 in packages java.sql and javax.sql). It is a simple and powerful largely database-independent way of extracting and inserting data to or from any database. [FAQ Previously managed by Lennart Jorelid.]"   <<Less

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When I connect my application with Oracle I always recieve an error "Connection Refused No Fur...
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This is not a JDBC qn...but a DB design qn. 1)Is it a good practice to "allow nulls" for foreign ke...
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Hi . I have been using the connection pooling provided by weblogic application server .. In my...
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