Get an introduction to the JDBC framework and its architecture.
- [Instructor] Now, we talked a little bit about RDBMS…in the previous video,…and now it's time to start talking about JDBC itself.…JDBC or Java Database Connectivity…is an API for client-side access to a database.…And again, that database is a relational database.…And that's what we're really focused on.…Now, the latest spec is defined in JSR 221…at the time of this recording,…and that relates around JDBC4.…
One really cool thing about JDBC…is it allows you to have Universal Data Access…and indeed, if you write your sequel correctly,…it's hot swappable.…As long as your database has support…for standard sequel…and you use standard sequel,…you should be able to swap…between other databases…that share that same characteristic.…Now, in order to do this,…there has to be JDBC drivers available…and indeed, almost all databases you'll run into,…there's a JDBC driver that is available that you can use.…
Whether it's on server or embedded, they exist.…Now, in theory, when you do this,…you can run the same code…against two different databases.…
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
Next steps3m 26s
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