Using Java - for PL/SQL and Database Developers

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Course Duration: 2 days
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Develop database Applications using Java.
Create, load, resolve and publish Java classes in the database.
Develop and Run Java directly in the database.
Access and Manipulate SQL and PL/SQL Data types using JDBC and SQLJ.
Utilize UCP for JDBC design-time and run-time requirements.
Convert Java in the database into Stored Procedure.
Explain the benefits of Oracle JVM (OJVM).
List the advantage of using Stored Procedures as Database Programming Model.
Application Developers
Developer
J2EE Developer
Java Developer
PL/SQL Developer
Map SQL and PL/SQL Types to and from Java Types
Invoke Java in the Database
Manage Java in the Database
Use key metadata in JDBC
Manipulate Oracle SQL data types in JDBC
Use Result Sets and RowSet
Understand JDBC Quality of Services and Best Practices
Access and Manipulate Oracle SQL data using SQLJ
Develop and Run Java directly in the database
Access and Manipulate SQL and PL/SQL Data types using JDBC and SQLJ
Introduction
Describe the course objectives
Describe the course prerequisites and suggested prerequisites
Describe lesson contents and agenda
List the schemas and appendices used in this course
Identify the relevant documentation and other resources
Describe the Course Technical Environment and data

Introduction to Java
Java and OOP Technology
Key features of Java

Introduction to JDBC
JDBC Architecture
JDBC Drivers: Overview
JDBC Specification
Essential of JDBC Programming

Accessing and Manipulating SQL Data using JDBC
Key Metadata in JDBC
Manipulating Oracle Data Types with JDBC
Accessing and Manipulating LOBs using JDBC
Result Set support in JDBC
Rowset

JDBC Quality of Services and Best Practices
Introduction to Transaction Services
Introduction to Security Services
Best Practices and tips

Introduction to SQLJ Technology
Overview of SQLJ
SQLJ Database Access

Universal Connection Pool
Introduction to Universal Connection Pool (UCP)
Universal Connection Pool for JDBC Overview
UCP for JDBC design-time and run-time requirements
Basic Connection Steps
Packages of the UCP for JDBC API
Database Connections

Stored Procedures as Database Programming Model
Overview of Stored Procedures
Introduction to Java Stored Procedures
Advantages of Java Stored Procedures

Oracle JVM
Define Oracle JVM and its architecture
Using Java in Oracle Database
Difference between OracleJVM Architecture and JDK VM Architecture Automated Storage Management with Garbage Collection
Dynamic Class Loading
Performance Enhancement of Oracle JVM

Developing and Running Java in the Database
Creating or Loading Java in the Database
Removing Java Sources, Classes and Resources from the Database Setting/Querying Environment Variable and System Properties
Java Compiler within the Database
Converting Java in the Database into Stored Procedure
Invoking Java in the Database
Error and Exception Handling
Managing Java in the Database