DBJ565 - Database Connectivity Using Java

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Subject Title
Database Connectivity Using Java

Subject Description
The student will be introduced to connectivity issues that business deals with in today's environment, in creating a GUI front end to a back-end database. In this course students will connect to Oracle database from various back-end environments and will manipulate the data by SQL or database objects. Issues of connectivity across a wide variety of platforms and also through the internet, will be discussed, practiced and implemented.

Credit Status
1 credit (3 units)
Professional Option for CPA - Computer Programming and Analysis (Ontario College Advanced Diploma)
Professional Option for CPD - Computer Programmer (Ontario College Diploma)

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  • build multi-threaded JSP and Servlet application.
  • decide between various architectural models for developing JSP and Servlet applications.
  • explain the difference between Two-Tier and Three-Tier models as it relates to JDBC
  • understand the details of how and when the Servlet is loaded, methods to receive information and can generate HTML.
  • develop JavaBeans for use with JSP.
  • understand SQLJ and Java Stored Procedures of ORACLE database with internal connection and decide/apply one of those technologies to retrieve data in fasest manner in the J2EE web applications.
  • understand how Servlets can be used for database connectivity.
  • understand Java Web applications and their components: Servlets and JSPs, External classes , JavaBeans , Tag libraries, Configuration files
  • understand Java Web applications and their components: recognize different driver implementations by different analyze the multi-tier architecture of web-based enterprise applications containing JDBC, Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) and design robust J2EE web application by using all these technologies.
  • handle SQL exceptions, perform database updates and handle transactions
  • use the JDBC API to access databases from a Java application or applet
  • understand SQLJ and Java Stored Procedures of ORACLE database with internal connection and decide/apply one of those technologies to retrieve data in fasest manner in the J2EE web applications.
  • utilize various interfaces such as Connection, Statement, ResultSet
  • design and develop J2EE web applications by using Oracle XML Developer's Kit for building dynamic XML pages from the output of SQL queries.

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