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Java Database Best Practices [Paperback]

George Reese

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Table of Contents

Dedication; Preface; Audience; Organization of This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Comments and Questions; About the Philosophers; Acknowledgments; Data Architecture; Chapter 1: Elements of Database Applications; 1.1 Database Application Architectures; 1.2 Component Models; 1.3 Persistence Models; Chapter 2: Relational Data Architecture; 2.1 Relational Concepts; 2.2 Modeling; 2.3 Normalization; 2.4 Denormalization; 2.5 Object-Relational Mapping; Chapter 3: Transaction Management; 3.1 Transactions; 3.2 Concurrency; 3.3 JDBC Transaction Management; 3.4 Transaction Management Paradigms; Persistence Models; Chapter 4: Persistence Fundamentals; 4.1 Patterns of Persistence; 4.2 A Guest Book Application; Chapter 5: EJB CMP; 5.1 Which CMP Model to Use?; 5.2 The EJB 1.0 CMP Model; 5.3 The EJB 2.0 CMP Model; 5.4 Beyond CMP; Chapter 6: EJB BMP; 6.1 EJBs Revisited; 6.2 BMP Patterns; 6.3 State Management; 6.4 Exception Handling; Chapter 7: JDO Persistence; 7.1 JDO or EJB?; 7.2 Basic JDO Persistence; 7.3 EJB BMP with JDO; Chapter 8: Alternative Persistence Frameworks; 8.1 Why Alternative Frameworks?; 8.2 Persistence Approach; 8.3 Persistence Operations; 8.4 Searches; 8.5 Beyond the Basics; Tutorials; Chapter 9: J2EE Basics; 9.1 The Platform; 9.2 Java Naming and Directory Interface; 9.3 JavaServer Pages; 9.4 Remote Method Invocation; 9.5 Enterprise JavaBeans; Chapter 10: SQL; 10.1 Background; 10.2 Database Creation; 10.3 Table Management; 10.4 Data Management; Chapter 11: JDBC; 11.1 Architecture; 11.2 Simple Database Access; 11.3 Advanced JDBC; Chapter 12: JDO; 12.1 Architecture; 12.2 Enhancement; 12.3 Queries; 12.4 Changes; 12.5 Transactions; 12.6 Inheritance; Colophon;

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