Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) sites.
Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API is a standard SQL database access interface. This API provides programmers with universal access to a wide range of relational databases. (Sun)
A pure Java package for handling multiple concurrent database connections. DbConnectionBroker creates a broker with a very simple interface for handing out and returning database connections from a configurable pool of connections. Also RandomGUID (utility class generates cryptographically strong random GUIDs in the standard format). [Open source]
Java Basics of Database Access and Permissions
Essentials of the Java Programming Database Access and Permissions. This lesson converts the application, applet, and servlet examples from Lesson 6 to write to and read from a database using JDBC.
Java Client Database (JCDatabase)
A simplified version of JDBC that runs on both the server and as part of client applications. [Commercial]
Java Guru - JDBC FAQ
A list of frequently asked questions about JDBC.
Framework for plugging in monitoring operations to the JDBC layer of an application. Site includes documentation, download option, and open issues overview. [Open Source, Apache License]
JDBC Tutorials for Database Access
The JDBC API is a Java API that can access any kind of tabular data, especially data stored in a Relational Database.
A tool to monitor and analyse database performance for any Java application. Determines Java applications' database performance and analyses problems down to specific SQL statement.
Offers configurable JDBC pools to multiple databases and SQL query/ResultSet cache. Generic Java object pooling is also available. [LGPL]
Webopedia.com - JDBC
Describes the term JDBC and lists links with additional information.
J2EE with MS SQL Server: Making a JDBC Connection
In this article readers get step-by-step instructions on making a JDBC connection between the four most popular Java application servers and Microsoft SQL Server by Deepak Vohra. (February 06, 2007)
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