In this article, we discuss the different ways in which Java can communicate with a database. We will talk about the traditional different kinds of drivers and also discuss some code to connect to a database in order to run queries.
Oracle Database 10g has expanded the ability to globalize Oracle databases dramatically. As you can see by looking over the following list of globalization improvements, Oracle has attempted to make Database 10g the database of choice for all globally supported and utilized databases.
Many Oracle professional do not realize the important of having good statistics for the Oracle cost-based SQL optimizer (CBO). The CBO has received a "bum-rap" from some Oracle professionals who wonder why the CBO is generating sub-optimal execution plans for their SQL statements.
Oracle databases have many types of auditing features. In mandatory auditing, certain actions are always audited, regardless of the other audit options or parameters. Database activities, such as system startup and shutdown, are always recorded.
SQL tuning is one of the challenging tasks faced by DBAs and developers. It is an interesting and creative, but at the same time, daunting task. Manual tuning of SQL statements requires a high level of expertise and experience to understand and design suitable access paths to yield better response times. It is also a time consuming process. Other challenges include periodic collection of statistics and an ever-changing workload. And in a typical application, there are just too many SQL statements to tune.
This article tries to demystify HTTP, "servlet", "web server", "application server", "servlet container" and gives the fundamentals of the Java Servlet API (that comes with the J2EE SDK).
This article focuses on the new features aimed at database management. Self-management, or easy management, has been the key word for Oracle 10g. The main areas of enhancements are:
- Self-Managing Database
- Simplified Configuration of Shared Servers
- Transaction Manageability
- Simplified Statistics Collection
- Extended Support for FGA (Fine Grain Audit)
- Response File Creation during database install
One of the most important responsibilities of an Oracle Database Administrator or Performance Analyst, when it comes to performance diagnostics, is to determine how users access the database. This article is an attempt to show the different ways one can activate tracing of an Oracle session for performance diagnostics. While the Oracle documentation mentions some of the methods, it doesn't cover them all. This article consolidates many methods of tracing an Oracle session, some of which are well documented, as well as methods that are undocumented and reserved.
Is there any limit to the speed of Oracle? With Oracle announcing a new record one million transactions per minute, many believe that there is nothing that Oracle cannot do.
However, what if we have a requirement for a system that must accept high-volume data loads into a single table:
- 500,000 rows per second
- 50 megabytes per second
Is this possible? Using the right tricks you can make Oracle load data at unbelievable speed. However, special knowledge and tricks are required.
If you write Java Server Pages, this article tries to bring together the pieces you need to know to write 'presentation logic'. This article is about custom tags, how to develop them and how to make maximum use of them. This article is also about tag libraries that come with Struts. What is covered is: what is a tag; what is a 'custom' tag; how you can build one; how they make life easier; and how Struts comes with tag libraries for developers to indulge.