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Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc.
Chapter 9
More SQL: Assertions,
Views, and Programming
Techniques
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FIGURE 9.1
Two views specified on the database schema of Figure 5.5.
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FIGURE 9.2
C program variables used in the embedded SQL
examples E1 and E2.
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FIGURE 9.3
Program segment E1, a C program segment with
embedded SQL.
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FIGURE 9.4
Program segment E2, a C program segment that uses
cursors with embedded SQL for update purposes.
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FIGURE 9.5
Program segment E3, a C program segment that uses
dynamic SQL for updating table.
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FIGURE 9.6
Importing classes needed for including SQLJ in JAVA
programs in ORACLE, and establishing a connection
and default context.
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FIGURE 9.7
JAVA program variables used in SQLJ examples J1 and
J2.
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FIGURE 9.8
Program segment J1, a JAVA program segment with
SQLJ.
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FIGURE 9.9
Program segment J2A, a JAVA program segment that
uses a named iterator to print employee information in a
particular department.
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FIGURE 9.10
Program segment J2B, a JAVA program segment that
uses a positional iterator to print employee information
in a particular department.
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FIGURE 9.11
Program segment CLI1, a C program segment with
SQL/CLI.
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FIGURE 9.12
Program segment CLI2, a C program segment that
uses SQL/CLI for a query with a collection of tuples in
its result.
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FIGURE 9.13
Program segment JDBC1, a JAVA program segment
with JDBC.
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FIGURE 9.14
Program segment JDBC2, a JAVA program segment
that uses JDBC for a query with a collection of tuples in
its result.
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FIGURE 9.15
Declaring a function in SQL/PSM.
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