c-treeACE JDBC

 
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FairCom Typographical Conventions
Introduction
Overview
JDBC Architecture
Types of JDBC Drivers
JDBC-ODBC Bridge Drivers
Native-Method Drivers
Network-Protocol All-Java Drivers
Native-Protocol All-Java Drivers (c-treeSQL JDBC Driver)
JDBC Compared to ODBC
Quick Tour
Introductory Tutorial
Init
Define
Manage
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Additional Resources
Relationships
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Additional Resources
Record/Row Locking
Init
Define
Manage
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Additional Resources
Transaction Processing
Init
Define
Manage
Done
Additional Resources
Basic JDBC Driver Operations
Introduction
Required Java Environment
Setting Up the JDBC Driver: Web Server
Copying JDBC Driver and Applet Class Files
Creating a Web Page That Invokes the Applet
Setting Up the JDBC Driver: Application Server
Copying JDBC Driver Files to the Application Server (If Necessary)
Setting Environment Variables
Running the Sample Application
Connecting to a Database
Load the JDBC Driver Using Class.forName
Connect to the JDBC Driver Using DriverManager.GetConnection
JDBC support for TLS
User Authentication Detail
An Example Connection
Scrollable Cursors Within ResultSets
Improved scrollable cursor support
Connection Pooling Support in JDBC
javax.sql Package
Using A DataSource Object To Make A Connection
Connection Pooling
Implementation in c-treeACE SQL JDBC Driver
Managing Transactions Explicitly to Improve Performance
Query Timeout Options
Driver Socket SEND/RECV Timeout
JDBC Version Information
JDBC Conformance Notes
Supported Data Types
Return Values for DatabaseMetaData Methods
Error Messages
Glossary
Index