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Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is an application programming interface (API) that defines how a client may access a database. It is a data access technology… Read More
In Enterprise applications, data access/stored in relational databases is a common requirement. As an essential part of Java SE, Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) defines a… Read More
Spring JDBC is used to build the Data Access Layer of enterprise applications, it enables developers to connect to the database and write SQL queries… Read More
Today most applications need a database for various reasons like storing user details – Further also used for authentication, to store products, orders information, etc.… Read More
In Java, we can connect to our database(MySQL) with JDBC(Java Database Connectivity) through the Java code. JDBC is one of the standard APIs for database… Read More
Servlets are the Java programs that run on the Java-enabled web server or application server. They are used to handle the request obtained from the… Read More
In any Bank Transaction, there are several parties involved to process transaction like a merchant, bank, receiver, etc. so there are several numbers reasons that… Read More
A RowSet is a wrapper around a ResultSet object. It can be connected, disconnected from the database, and can be serialized. It maintains a JavaBean… Read More
So in the present world where we mostly deal with websites and databases keeping as if they matter the most but if we closely look… Read More
 ResultSet characteristics are as follows: It maintains a connection to a database and because of that, it can’t be serialized. it can not pass the… Read More
RowSet is an interface in java that is present in the java.sql package. Geek do note not to confuse RowSet with ResultSet.  Note: RowSet is… Read More
A JDBC driver enables Java application to interact with a database from where we can fetch or store data. JDBC drivers are analogous to ODBC… Read More
The CallableStatement of JDBC API is used to call a stored procedure. A Callable statement can have output parameters, input parameters, or both. The prepareCall()… Read More
It is carried out using the functions namely addBatch() and executeBatch() methods. For that lets us do have a prior understanding of JDBC drivers. So,… Read More
Let us do get a cover overview of the JDBC and the ODBC prior in order to better understand what exactly is type 4 driver.… Read More

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