In Building e-Commerce Database Applications Using Oracle8i and Java from scratch, Meghraj Thakkar takes novice web programmers through the process of creating a web-enabled database application. You will look at the requirements, analysis, design, implementation, testing and deployment of an "Online Coffee Shop" from scratch. You will also learn to create database objects (tables and indexes), populate the database, and use SQL, PL/SQL and Java to manipulate the data. Additional topics include using Oracle tools such as SQL*Loader and Export/Import to populate Oracle databases, use of JDBC to connect and interact with the database, how to process the results coming back from the database, use of SQLJ to write efficient Java code, JDBC error messages & exceptional handling in the project, how to store Java code in the database using Java Stored Procedures, techniques for debugging & stress testing your applications, and more.About the Author:
Megh Thakkar currently works as a Senior Software Engineer at Quest Software. Before this, he worked at Oracle Corporation as a Technical Specialist. Megh has several industry vendor certifications including OCP, MCSE, Novell Certified ECNE, SCO UNIX ACE, and Lotus Certified Notes Consultant. He is a regular presenter at Oracle OpenWorld and various Oracle User Groups all over the world. He is the author of SAMS Teach Yourself Oracle8i on Windows NT in 24 hours and has co-authored several books, including Migrating to Oracle8i, Special Edition Using Oracle8/8i, Oracle8 Server Unleashed, OCP - Oracle DBA and Using Oracle8. Megh is a renowned Oracle specialist and has performed Oracle development, consulting, support and DBA functions all over the world over the past nine years.
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