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Build a Servlet-Based Application that Executes SQL Statements Against a Database


Dynamically interact with an SQL database using JSP and Servlets. Joel's article takes you through the processing of building your own "SQL Gateway"

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By: Joel Murach
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September 21, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Build a Servlet-Based Application that Executes SQL Statements Against a Database
  2. · Prerequisites
  3. · The User Interface
  4. · The Code for the JSP
  5. · The Code for the Servlet
  6. · The Code for the Utility Class
  7. · Conclusion and Related Links/Resources

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This tutorial shows how to use a Java servlet, a JavaServer Page (JSP), and a static Java class to create an application that can be used to interactively execute any standard SQL statement against a database that's running on a server. You can use an application like this one to work with a database as you're developing an application. In this article, this application will be referred to as the SQL Gateway application.

If you're working with a database that's hosted by an Internet Service Provider (ISP), the ISP will usually include an HTML-based way to work with the database that's similar to this application. If not, you can upload this application to work with the database. Either way, this application shows how to use JDBC within a servlet to work with a database that's running on a server.


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