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Cert Obj Core Interfaces of the JDBC API

[9.1.1] Core interfaces of JDBC API An abstract view of Driver, Connection, Statement, ResultSet
[9.1.2] Two-Tier JDBC Architecture In a two-tier configuration, a Java application along with a JDBC driver constitutes the first tier as a client. On the other hand, the database works as a server that fulfills the requirements sent from the clients.
[9.1.3] Three-Tier JDBC Architecture First is lightweight Java application (eg applet) Application server (second) forwards the request to database (third). Middle tier plays vital role - behavior of configuration can be fine-tuned based on the requirements (eg enforcing access control).
[9.1.4] Types of JDBC Drivers Read A page 283
[9.1.5] How to connect? DriverManager class has getConnection(URL, username, password)
[9.1.6] URL syntax PSSP <protocol>:<subprotocol>://<server>:<port>/
[9.1.10]JDBC Product Components The JDBC API ,JDBC Driver Manager,JDBC Test Suite,JDBC-ODBC Bridge
[9.1.11]SQLException when JDBC driver not found Add driver jar to classpath; < JDBC4.0 requires Class.forName() to load driver, > 4.0 JDBC API uses URL used to load driver.
Created by: MVK2013