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"Java Data Access JDBC, JNDI, and JAXP"

by Todd M. Thomas

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This hands-on guide shows Java developers how to access data with the new 3.0 Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API, use LDAP-enabled directory services with Java Network Directory Services (JNDI), and manipulate XML data using Java APIs for XML Processing (JAXP).

Pick up this book to acquire the skills needed to effectively create Java applications that can access a variety of data sources. Learn the basics of JDBC 3.0 and how it relates to the Java programming language as a whole. Then from this base, build your knowledge by reading about common advanced uses such as connection pooling, JSP implementations, and Enterprise JavaBeans. You will also gain an awareness of several object oriented design patterns for implementing JDBC solutions, and gain a knowledge of JNDI and how to use it to store and retrieve data using LDAP.

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Hands-on guide shows Java developers how to access data with the new 3.0 Java Database Connectivity API, use LDAP-enabled directory services with Java Network Directory Services, and manipulate XML data using Java APIs for XML Processing. Softcover.

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Your Java Data Access Road Map

Java now has updated APIs to support your enterprise-level data access needs. The updated JDBC 3.0 API contains powerful new enhancements to help you access database information in ways not possible in previous releases. Two additional APIs, the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) version 1.2 and the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) version 1.1, provide you with the tools necessary for accessing naming and directory services and XML data stores.

This hands-on guide provides a complete overview of the Java data access APIs you’ll use most. Inside you will find practical examples that show you how to apply the technologies using J2SE and J2EE. From the architecture of JDBC to advanced topics such as data access design patterns, connection pooling, and tapping data stores using Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaServer Pages™, and servlets, you will learn how to make full use of the latest Java data access APIs.

Put JDBC, JNDI, and JAXP to Work

  • Create database access applications using the updated JDBC 3.0 API
  • Use LDAP-enabled directory services with JNDI
  • Parse and transform XML data using JAXP
  • Learn several object-oriented design patterns for implementing JDBC solutions
  • Create Web pages with JavaServer Pages and servlets that access enterprise databases
  • Build software solutions that use the rowset features of the JDBC 3.0 API
  • Discover techniques for using JDBC with Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs)

About the Author
Todd M. Thomas is an Oracle Certified DBA and Java developer with more than six years’ experience in the IT industry. He currently works as an independent consultant, software developer, and trainer focusing on Java database and network programming. His work has ranged from building and managing data warehouses to architecting enterprise Java server applications. His education includes a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and an M.S. in Engineering Science from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

Johennie Helton has been an architect, developer, and software consultant on numerous n-tier–distributed systems and products. She has worked with databases and database design and implementation since 1990. During her career, her focus has been on creating applications with leading-edge technology, including application modeling, database design and implementation, and using J2EE and Java technologies to provide enterprise solutions to customers. She has a strong background in object-oriented analysis and design as well as in hypermedia systems. She has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado.

Steve Nobert received his Associate of Science degree from Northern Virginia Community College in 1988, his Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University in 1990, and his Master of Science degree from George Mason University in 1996, all of them in Computer Science. He has more than twelve years of professional programming experience involving myriad heterogeneous computing languages, operating systems, and state-of-the-art technologies. He has been involved in database technology since 1990.



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