Developing a Database Connectivity Framework for Internet/Intranet Applications
Connecting databases to the Internet can be viewed as a turning point in the history of the World Wide Web. Prior to this the Web was used as a medium for static publishing. Web enabled databases have transformed the Web
to an exciting new programming paradigm. The advantages are many for the Web and Databases, including:
· Dynamic Web page production.
· Persistent Internet applications.
· Global access to legacy information held in databases.
In the project the enabling technologies are evaluated, The Java programming language is used to connect to databases via the Internet/Intranet. The connection mechanism is examined in detail and a set of classes are developed to simplify the process of connecting to a relational database via Java (using JDBC). Secondly a mechanism is developed to enable the information contained within a Java object to be persistently stored in a relational database, this data can then be used to reconstruct the objects at a later date.
The project is available online
It looks in detail into the issues mentioned above. I have provided this online for those who may be interested in the area as it may provide
a background for further studies in the area. If you have any comments or questions about my project feel free to
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