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DB2: Programming in Java with JDBC
DURATION: 4 days

FEE: $1,980

PRIVATE GROUP FEE: $
Based upon a class size of six students.

Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.

SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.

AUDIENCE:

  • Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • System Analyst
  • System Designer
  • IT Professional
 
   

DATES:

HANDS-ON TRAINING:
    1. Getting Started
      • How JDBC connections support the creation and execution of statements.
      • Use the update statements: SQL CREATE, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.
      • Demonstrate query statements.
      • How stored procedures can be invoked through a JDBC connection.
      • How JDBC represents statements these classes: Statement, PreparedStatement, and CallableStatement.
      • Use the method Class.forName(String) for loading the JDBC driver class.
    2. DB2 Supported Programming Interfaces
      • The legacy based CLI driver and the JDBC Universal driver.
      • Connect to the JDBC using the JDBC Universal driver.
    3. DB2 Application Programming Interfaces
      • Acquire familiarity with the primary application programming interfaces: CLI, ODBC, ADO, OLE DB, and JDBC
      • Run a sample program using JDBC.
    4. Code a DB2 Application in Java
      • Code and test a JDBC application.
      • Code and test an application which retrieves a variable number of rows from a table and displays the results; the input parameters for the query will be supplied by the user.
    5. SQLJ Programming
      • Use static SQL to code and test a JDBC application.
      • Use the identical specifications from the previous exercise, recode the program using SQLJ.
      • The compile procedure for SQLJ will be provided by the instructor.
    6. JDBC API
      • Code and test a JDBC application for extracting metadata information from the database.
      • Given a table name, display all the columns and their attributes.
      • List all the associated indexes.
    7. JDBC Programming
      • Code and test a complete JDBC application for maintaining the data in a database.
      • Use JDBC for retrieving data for reports and maintaining data integrity.
    8. SQL Escape Syntax in Statements
      • The reason for escape codes in Java.
      • Code escape codes in a dynamic SQL statement.
    9. Concurrency Types
      • How concurrency is the ability of a database management system to allow multiple users to access data at the same time while maintaining the integrity and consistency of the data.
      • Acquire experience with lost updates, unrepeatable reads, and access to uncommitted data.
    10. Providing Performance Hints
      • How to tune database systems and applications.
      • Provide guidelines on how to code efficient stored procedures; including how to utilize set-at-a-time semantics of SQL.
    11. Prepared and Stored Procedures
      • A dynamic SQL statement must be first prepared for execution and then it may be executed.
      • When the same SQL statement is to be executed multiple times, it is convenient to prepare it first and then use it.
      • Prepare stored procedures and their invokers for execution.
    12. DB2 Application Techniques
      • Use generated columns, identity, and temporary tables.
      • Given a variety of scenarios, provide design guidelines and recommendations for improvements.
 
 
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Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.

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