JAVA based data connectivity
Garingo, Gary D
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Current web database connectivity solutions lack an object oriented architecture for Java applications. In particular, Java is object oriented and most legacy databases are relational. This thesis proposes a design and implementation of an object oriented Java database class hierarchy for relational database interfaces. The work reported here consists of: (1) analysis of Java Database Connectivity specification, (2) discussion of two-tier and three-tier architectures for database systems, (3) mapping of relation database structure to an object model, and (4) development of a Java based framework to exercise the JDBC interfaces. This work provides: (1) an object model for the relational database; (2) Integration with a middleware application for network connectivity; and (3) A Java application client to support SQL access and manipulation
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