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    JBoss: An In-Depth Look at the Interceptor Stack
    Andreas Schaefer wrote an article about JBoss 2.x for the 2001 O'Reilly Open Source Conference. There, I showed how JBoss enables you to create a new DataSource without bouncing the server -- just through the HTML management front-end. The only drawback was that you had to load the JDBC driver when the JBoss server was started. In JBoss 3, this is history; you can deploy and undeploy libraries at runtime, including the classes they contain.

    Updated: 04/10/2005

    The Evolution of JSP
    Included with JRun 3.0, the JRun Custom Tag Library leverages the JavaServer Pages (JSP) 1.1 specification to empower Web developers with an elegant, tag-based scripting language to insert servlet and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) functionality, such as session tracking, security, and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), into their JSP applications without writing a single line of Java. Like the rest of JRun 3.0, the Custom Tag Library fully complies with Java industry standards.

    Updated: 04/10/2005

    Integrated Testing Builds In Quality
    Application development tools have spent the last several years maturing and building up compliance with successive versions of Java Development Kits (JDKs); Java standard and enterprise edition toolkits; and supporting technologies such as JavaServer Pages (JSPs), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), Java API for XML (JAX), JDBC, and a host of others. Today you can use virtually any Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to build a distributed application.

    Updated: 04/10/2005

    Accessing Tabular Data with JRun Custom Tags
    The JRun Tag Library (JTL), JRun's JSP custom tag library, has been changed in JRun 3.1 to provide a standard API (application programming interface) for working with result sets returned by the sql, storedproc, getmsg, getmail, and jndi tags. These tags now return Java objects that implement the JDBC javax.sql.RowSet interface, which extends java.sql.ResultSet. Since each tag uses SQL-like syntax to retrieve tabular data.

    Updated: 04/10/2005

    Database Programming With Java + JDBC
    Database Programming With Java + JDBC No Java programmer is complete without knowledge of Java database connectivity, or JDBC for short. In this 2 part article Nitin teaches us JDBC from the inside out.Interacting with a database is a routine job in the application world. Quite often you need to store information in the database, fetch it to generate some form of report and update or delete it as required. Java provides the JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) API for executing SQL statements. JDBC, being Java-based, leverages the benefits of the language and provides a convenient way to communicate with different databases, such as Oracle, Informix, Sybase, etc. In this article I will introduce you to the JDBC API, showing you how to connect to and work with a database.

    Updated: 03/17/2005

    JDBC Listings
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