84235-1 Write JavaaA A code that leverages all your corporate data resources-with JDBC and The JDBC Developer's Resource. If you need to build Java applications that use existing corporate data, you deserve the best JDBC tutorial and reference available: The JDBC Developer's Resource. For programmers familiar with Java, this book/CD-ROM package offers comprehensive coverage of Sun's Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API-and provides complete tools for making the most of JDBC. Learn all the fundamentals you need to know, including JDBC's interface, methods, and relationship to ODBC. Then, using extensive code examples, discover how to use JDBC in a wide range of applications, in both two-tiered and three-tiered environments. An extensive tutorial walks you through every step of developing numerous sample applications, demonstrating virtually all the techniques you need to know to program JDBC applications. Examples range from the development of simple JDBC applications to connect to a database and retrieve data, to the creation of a three-tiered RMI program with an applet that makes remote calls to object methods on a server using Java's RMI interface.As you become familiar with JDBC, you'll depend on The JDBC Developer's Resource even more. Its exclusive "Quick Reference" describes all JDBC methods, the classes they belong to, and the parameters passed to them. A more detailed reference presents every class, its methods and variables, with code samples. The accompanying CD-ROM contains indispensable tools for JDBC and Java software development, including: *A trial version of the exciting new Mojo Java applet development environment. *The complete Java RMI and JDBC API. *Intersolv's DataDirect ODBC Pack for Microsoft WindowsA (R) 95. *Sun's complete Java Developer's Kit 1.02. *Complete source code for all the books applets and applications. With The JDBC Developer's Resource, you've got everything you need to combine Java's unprecedented capabilities with your organization's massive data resources. Now that's power.
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Art Taylor is a data consultant and author of two previous books for Prentice Hall PTR, including Informix Database Administrator's Resource Guide.
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