Follow an exercise in reading data using JDBC.
- [Instructor] So now that we've talked about creating data…and how result sets work, let's jump in and actually…read some data from our database.…I'd like you to jump into your IDE.…And go ahead and open up your project.…And once again we're going to go to source main java…our base package…and we're going to start with our customer DAO.…All right, so once again we're going to create…a SQL statement here.…And we're going to do it by creating…a private static final string.…
And this time we are going to call it get one.…And it will be a select.…Now we're going to go ahead and numerate all of our values…instead of using a star operator.…When dealing with SQL queries in a bit of code…I find it much more efficient to actually go ahead…and write them all out so that you can…track what is what and where it is.…It doesn't always play out the way you would expect…if you don't do this.…
So it's just a lot easier to do.…So go ahead and put all our fields in.…And we are going to select this from customer…where customer ID equals question mark.…
AuthorFrank P Moley III
- Deciphering JDBC terminology
- Using containerized PostgreSQL
- Creating, reading, updating, and deleting data
- The Repository pattern
- Using stored procedures
- Ordering and limiting results
- Transactions in JDBC
- Handling exceptions
Skill Level Intermediate
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What you need to know5m 10s
1. Introducing Java Data Access
2. Data Access Basics
3. Advanced Data Access
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