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Good book for JDBC

 
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Could you please suggest any good book for JDBC? I will be grateful.
 
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The SQL/JDBC Bunkhouse page lists the books we've reviewed on the topic. My favorites are Oracle specific. If you aren't planning to use Oracle, I'd actually recommend getting a general Java book that covers JDBC like Java: The Complete Reference
 
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The best book would be the question and ANSWERS AND ALL the lecure notes composed as a professional piece of literature. That you Bought from the multi trillon doll educational system that took ally our money and you are still looking for a book.
 
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That would be one hell of a book. And hey. You already baoght it!
 
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That would be one hell of a book. And hey. You already baoght it!
 
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