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David Mbura
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Which is a better way to learn jdbc ,should i learn from suns' site,does that has evrything it takes to be proficient in jdbc.Or should i learn from the books,and IF YES which one is the best book.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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The tutorial you linked to covers most of what you encounter for day to day JDBC coding. However, it does it in a very compact format which may not be as conducive to learning. Take a look and see if it matches your learning style.

I haven't seen a book covering just JDBC. It either covers a specific database as well or JDBC as part of other topics.

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