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CHAPTER 11: Using Oracle Collections and References

C H A P T E R  11

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Using Oracle Collections and References

In Chapters 9 and 10, we discussed how to query and modify Oracle objects in JDBC either as weakly typed Struct (or its Oracle implementation STRUCT) objects or as strongly typed custom classes generated by JPublisher. In this chapter, we will continue the discussion for Oracle collections and references. I provided a brief introduction to Oracle collections in the section “Collections (Nested Tables and Varrays)” of Chapter 8 of this book. As far as references go, I will give a brief introduction to them in this chapter, along with how to access them using JDBC. Very briefly, references are pointers to already existing rows in an object table. For more detailed background information, I encourage you to consult Oracle Database Application Developer's Guide – Object Relational Features (10g Release 1).


  

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