learn jdbc tutorial


  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 0: Overview
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 1: Connect to MySQL database with Java
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 2: Insert Data into a MySQL Database
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 3: Updating Data in a MySQL Database
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 4: Deleting Data from a MySQL Database
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 5: Prepared Statements
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 6.1: Calling MySQL Stored Procedures with Java
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 6.2: Calling MySQL Stored Procedures with Java
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 6.3: Calling MySQL Stored Procedures with Java
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 6.4: Calling MySQL Stored Procedures with Java
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 7: JDBC Transactions with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 8: JDBC Database MetaData with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 9: JDBC ResultSet MetaData with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 10: BLOB - Reading and Writing BLOB with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 11: CLOB - Reading and Writing CLOB with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.1: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - Overview
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.2: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - Create the DAO
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.3: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - Design the GUI
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.4: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - GUI Event Handling
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.5: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - Populate GUI
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.6: Connect Java Swing GUI to a MySQL Database - Create a Form to Add
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.7: Connect Java Swing GUI to MySQL - Update Database
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.8: Connect Java Swing GUI to MySQL - Delete an Employee with MySQL
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.9: Connect Java Swing GUI to MySQL - Creating Link Tables
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial - Part 12.10: Connect Java Swing GUI to MySQL - Checking User Passwords
  • WatchJava JDBC Tutorial – Part 13: Reading Database Connection Info from a Properties file with MySQL

1. Connection to database with Java
The interface for accessing relational databases from Java is Java Database Connectivity (JDBC). Via JDBC you create a connection to the database, issue database queries and update as well as receive the results.
JDBC provides an interface which allows you to perform SQL operations independently of the instance of the used database. To use JDBC, you require the database specific implementation of the JDBC driver.


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