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JDBC Workbook - Environment

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I read in your response to Campbell's Kondwani's question that Java 9 or newer is be required to practice the lessons/examples.  Is there any specific database which would need to be installed or other infrastructure needed to be able to follow-along?
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Nope. All book examples are based on the embeddable H2 (Java) database and it's explained in great detail how you add it to the project. Though some exercises leave it open to yourself, to repeat them with an installed database like MySQL etc.
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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