JDBC Tutorials

The JDBC API defines a set of interfaces and classes that all major database providers adhere to in order allow Java developers to seamlessly connect to many Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS).   All major vendors provide their own JDBC drivers which contain a set of java classes that enables you to connect to that particular database.

What JDBC does is standardize how to do many of the operations like: connect to the database, how to query the database, how to update the database, and how to call stored procedures.

In this tutorial series, we will discuss connecting to various database(s), using statements, prepared statements, callable statements for stored procedures, batch processing, using database meta data, storing and retrieving LOB (Large Object Blocks), and transaction processing.

Connecting to JDBC Examples


Using JDBC Statement Examples


Using JDBC PreparedStatement Examples

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