In this blog post we will explain in a simple way while using jdbc api the performance of the application will be faster . Many people wonder that. First we will see in this blog article how a server, a network, an SQL database and python or java programming work.
Next we will see how to change its default behavior of the application using the jdbc api .
What is jdbc?
Java is written using Jdbc API which is the simplest way to write Java application. Jdbc is a JSON format object. The J-API allows applications to dynamically load and update a specified resource and to pass it to the server. The J-API also allows your application to retrieve its content.
The simple application in question will look like following :
import jdbc_client from ‘ jdbc ‘ ; # This project will run within 2 minutes jdbc_session create_file ( ‘ ~/server.html ‘ ), post = require ( ‘ mysql-common ‘ ); # This package contains a number of other dependencies jdbc_server create_request ( ‘ mydomain.com/oauth ‘ ); jdbc_session request ( ‘ mydomain.com/oauth-request ‘ );
Now you will notice something a little different. The server will execute a request before writing to /srv/mydomain.com/pages/my_domain.com with an array of results
while using jdbc api the performance of the application will be faster . Many people wonder that. First we will see in this blog article how a server, a network, an SQL database and python or java programming work. Then let us write a script which will create the database with some files (name , pwd , psql ) at start with a given name.
python sqlite2 . startup () do | d | d . query . insert ( pwd = « name » , psql = « pwd.sql » , start = « start ») end
Now we can run the script. First create the SQLite database.
dbusql $ python sqlite2 . start () DBUSQL $ mysql
Then we will call server to perform the SQL query. We first need to know about PWD which is the place where the application creates the database. Then we will call db , database() .
dbusql $ mysql
We want to print database’s name when the page is created,
SELECT data_id FROM text WHERE name=’name’ ON line_length = « » AND line_title = ‘PUSH’ then table = table( text = ‘PUSH’ );
We can use MySQL to create the database.
Then call dbusql conn , print database’s name.
Connection conn, read_uri , mysql_file