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Oracle Books Oracle 10g Programming: A Primer
By: Rajshekhar Sunderraman
Paperback: 525 pages (May 1, 2007)
Addison-Wesley Publishing

Oracle 10G Programming is a concise, streamlined guide to Oracle programming. It is ideal for students studying databases, and introduces the Oracle technology students need to know for a first database course. The Relational Data Model, Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, Web Programming with PL/SQL, Oracle JDBC, SQLJ: Embedded SQL in Java, Oracle Web Programming with Java Servlets, Oracle XML, Projects.

Oracle Books Java Programming with Oracle SQLJ
By: Jason Price
Paperback - 416 pages 1 edition (September 2001)
O'Reilly & Associates

If you're a Java programmer working in an Oracle environment, you're probably familiar with JDBC as a means of accessing data within an Oracle database. SQLJ takes you further, allowing you to access a database using embedded SQL statements. Java Programming with Oracle SQLJ shows you how to get the most out of SQLJ. Layered on top of JDBC, SQLJ greatly simplifies database programming. Rather than make several calls to the JDBC API just to execute a simple SQL statement, SQLJ executes that state ment simply by embedding it within the Java code. In this book, Jason Price explains SQLJ programming from a task-oriented point of view. You'll learn how to: Embed queries and other SQL statements within Java programs. Deploy SQLJ code not only on client machines, but also to JServer--Oracle's Java engine built into the database. Use advanced techniques for working with collections, streams, large objects, and database objects, all without leaving the comfort of the SQLJ environment. Tune SQLJ programs for maximum performance. Throughout this book, the exposition of SQLJ and SQLJ programming techniques reflect the author's many years of professional experience as a programmer and consultant. Examples are first-rate, enabling you to learn SQLJ in no time. If you're writing Java code to access an Oracle database, you can't afford not to know about SQLJ.

Oracle Books Oracle9i SQLJ Programming
By: Nirva Morisseau-Leroy, Martin K. Solomon, Gerald P. Momplaisir
Paperback - 687 pages CD-Rom edition (June 27, 2001)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

From the official publishers of Oracle Press books, here is an essential handbook for developers and administrators working with Oracle Portal. The book explains how to build and deploy portal-driven Web sites using Oracle Portal. Step-by-step walkthroughs and significant code samples demonstrate methods for rapidly creating robust forms, reports, charts,and content management applications. Written by a member of the Oracle Portal Customer Advisory Board (CAB) and a member of the IOUG-A Portal S pecial Interest Group (SIG), this Oracle-authorized resource includes Oracle 9i Application Server on CD-ROM.

Oracle Books Understanding SQL and Java Together: A Guide to SQLJ, JDBC, and Related Technologies
By: Jim Melton, Andrew Eisenberg, Rick Cattell
Paperback - 512 pages Book & CD-ROM 1st edition (May 2000)
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers

Database vendors like Oracle and Sybase have signed on quickly with Java support. The result has been a growing list of database standards (like SQLJ) that let DBMS products interoperate with Java. Written for the competent programmer, Understanding SQL and Java Together surveys all of today's standards for making database development easier with Java. Many books on Java cover JDBC in detail, but this title goes much further by surveying a handful of other database standards from a variety of v endors, including Oracle and Sybase. (Don't worry: there's full coverage of JDBC for versions 1.0 and 2.0.) The real focus of this book is on SQLJ, which really comprises three standards. SQLJ Part 0 is the easiest to understand, as it supports embedded SQL calls within Java code. Next comes SQLJ Part 1, by which a database product (like Oracle) can use Java to define stored procedures. Here, the authors take care to show off how to deploy JAR files into a database. (Their sample movie database, used throughout this book, is both comprehensible and a little more entertaining than most sample database schemas.)

Oracle Books Oracle8i SQLJ Programming
By: Nirva Morisseau-Leroy, Martin K. Solomon, Gerald P. Momplaisir, Thomas Kurian, Edward Griffin
Paperback - 557 pages (November 5, 1999)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

SQL/J is the new standard tool emerging from Oracle - in conjunction with IBM and Tandem - for developing Java database applications using less Java code. First to market - we'll provide the ultimate resource for Oracle database developers looking to simplify the process of creating Java applications. Step-by-step details on using SQLJ in the Oracle8i environment, including real-world case studies demonstrating SQLJ's practical applications. Create powerful portable applications with SQLJ. Enabl e Java to go where it's never gone before! Oracle8i SQLJ Programming explains in detail how to implement SQLJ--the new standard for embedding static SQL directly into Java programs. With SQLJ, you'll use less code and get enhanced portability, compile-time checking, and so much more. This authoritative guide shows you how to create cross-platform, distributed, and Web-enabled applications designed specifically for Oracle8i.

Oracle Books Oracle JDeveloper
By: Cary Jensen, Loy Anderson, Blake Stone
Paperback - 688 pages (July 15, 1998)
McGraw-Hill Osborne Media (Oracle Press)

An exclusive from Oracle Press! The Oracle Tools Division is expanding its Java strategy, making this book timely and pertinent. Packed with current screen shots, this book guides database application developers in building cross-platform Java apps; web-delivered Java applets; and JavaBeans--no previous Java experience needed! Covers the new DataForm Wizard and SQLJ. A revision of, "JBuilder Essentials", this repackaged title focuses on teaching database application developers to develop sophist icated, cross-platform Java applications, Web-delivered Java applets, and JavaBeans--all with no prior Java experience necessary.