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JDBC makes it possible to do establish a connection with a data source, send queries and update statements, and process the results.
Simply, JDBC makes it possible to do the following things within a Java application:
The following figure shows the components of the JDBC model.
The Java application calls JDBC classes and interfaces to submit SQL statements and retrieve results.
The JDBC API is implemented through the JDBC driver. The JDBC Driver is a set of classes that implement the JDBC interfaces to process JDBC calls and return result sets to a Java application. The database (or data store) stores the data retrieved by the application using the JDBC Driver.
The main objects of the JDBC API include:
We came up with a series of tutorials to help you get started with our JDBC Drivers:
1. Connecting to a data source using a JDBC driver
2. Extracting metadata of a data source via JDBC driver
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