DBJ565 - Database Connectivity using JAVA
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Database Connectivity using JAVA
The student will be introduced to connectivity issues that business deals with in today's environment, in creating a GUI front end to a back-end database. In this course students will try to connect to Oracle database from various back-end environments and will manipulate the data by SQL or database objects. Issues of connectivity across a wide variety of platforms and also through the internet, will be discussed, practiced and implemented.
1 credit in the CPA / CPD program.
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