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tanvir rony

Joined: Feb 07, 2002
Posts: 3
Hi everybudy.
How can i connect with SQL Server7.0 through java
programm ?
May be it's a silly qus. but i am new in java.
So be generous with me.
And tell me how should i prepare for SCJP exam?
Nathan Pruett

Joined: Oct 18, 2000
Posts: 4121

Let's see...

  • Please change your user name to something that follows the Official JavaRanch User Name Conventions. Your user name is required to be in the format "First Name" + space + "Last Name".
  • You ask about JDBC and the SCJP exam, and yet you post this question in the AWT / Swing / JFC forum. I think that this question would be a lot more appropriate in the JDBC forum, so I'm moving it there...

  • -Nate

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    Dave Vick
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    Joined: May 10, 2001
    Posts: 3244
    As Nathan mentioned, please change you name but here are some links that might help you out.
    For the SCJP2 exam:
    certification books
    certification FAQ

    Marcus Green’ site

    maha’ pages
    mock exams
    SCJP Objectives

    As far as connecting to a database that would be where JDBC comes into play, a good source for that would be the JDBC short course from Sun.
    Keep in mind that the exam is intended for experienced programmers (6 months or more of expreience) and JDBC is also an advanced topic. If your new to Java you might want to nail down the basics then move on to the next step.

    I agree. Here's the link:
    subject: JDBC
    It's not a secret anymore!