This chapter describes how to create, delete, update, and read a single document content and/or its metadata using the Java Client API.
From an Oracle 8i perspective it provides a way for Java applications to call SQL and PL/SQL.
The various methods of using JDBC starting from the querying and returning of resultsets to executing DML from the Oracle 8i database are described in detail. A case study is presented to illustrate the concepts.
This section gives a brief outline of JDBC and the various JDBC drivers. The details of the case study used to illustrate the various JDBC concepts throughout are presented.
Athena can be easily integrated with other libraries like Struts or Spring to provide full stacks of service.
In Athena, metadata refers to the collection of all entities, attributes and relationships in database modeling for the application.
Learn the the details, from the querying and returning of resultsets to executing DML from the Oracle 8i database.