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Looking for books on JDBC

John Lee
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Hi:
Can anyone recommend books on jdbc?
Thanks,
Loren Rosen
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The definitive book is the one in the Sun Java series: "JDBC API Tutorial and Reference, Second Edition". Probably not the best book to learn from, though.
John Lee
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thanks a lot!
Peter den Haan
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I thought it was an exceptionally good book that should be useful for a very wide audience. Knowing Don he's probably advanced enough to get a lot out of it. Do not expect much material on SQL and databases though: it focuses strongly on the JDBC API.
A third edition covering JDBC 3.0 should be out fairly soon. You'll have to take me on my word, but it's good
- Peter
John Lee
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thanks a lot!
Cindy Glass
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Moving to the JDBC forum.


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