Building Java Applications for MySQL
Building a database-connected Java application can be intimidating—particularly when RDBMS-specific options and best practices must be considered. This session discusses and provides solutions for the most common problems seen in MySQL-enabled Java applications. From classpath errors to communication exceptions, from MySQL Connector/J extension points to useful (or not useful) configuration options, it will help you get the most out of your MySQL-enabled Java application and understand best practices for MySQL applications, regardless of application language.
I manage the MySQL Support organization at Oracle, and in my spare time, help develop and maintain MySQL's JDBC driver (Connector/J).
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