In this article we've had a pretty involved discussion of JDBC programming. Although we did not touch upon any advanced topics, we did cover the typical steps and some good practices like performing clean up in the finally blocks.
A simple enhancement that you can take up as an assignment is to add modify and delete functionality to the sample application that we looked at in this article.
In my next article we will look at several advanced JDBC programming techniques, but until then, happy JDBC programming!
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