Creating JDBC SQL Statements. Displaying Records from a MySQL Database
September 10, 2003[From Stardeveloper.com]
In the previous articles we learned that we obtain a java.sql.Connection object which represents a database connection from java.sql.DriverManager class. We learned that to properly connect to a database we need to have a properly installed JDBC driver, and we did that by installing Connector/J JDBC driver for MySQL. We also learned that after loading JDBC driver we have to correctly specify a database URL to DriverManager to obtain a connection.
We'll now move on to learn how to create and execute JDBC SQL Statements.
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