You should now also find that you have a file called hello. Retrieved from ” https: You need a database connection to manipulate the database. My question is, what does this line mean? Driver” in the jar that DriverManager looks for to auto-discover driver implementations.
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If for example we wish to connect to a new database called order.
ResultSetMetaData ; import java. And what does it do? ResultSet ; import java.
This page was last edited on 16 Augustat The code below is taken from the above website. JDBC” ; My question is, what does this line mean?
It doesn’t seem to be connected to the rest of the code. Email Required, but never shown.
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It loads a class dynamically. Driver” in the jar that DriverManager looks for to auto-discover driver implementations. Different JDBCs for different database types have class.ofrname URL definitions; the SqlLite URL string really just needs to know that it is a jdbc of the type ‘sqlite’ and the name of the target database which we wish to use.
If no such class is found, it can’t create the connection. Policies and guidelines Contact us. While it is entirely possible to discover DriverNames from the containing jar file s programatically, this lies outside the scope of this document and they can be looked up fairly quickly on the Internet e. Post as a guest Name.
DriverManager ; import java. Driver file, but I still don’t see the file checked into the source tree for the project. My question is about the line after public static void main Now we come to constructing the URL string which is used in establishing the connection to the database.
Sign up using Email and Password. As a minimal set of imports for this mini-app and for most simple JDBC connectorsyou will want the following set of imports available as shown in the following code.
Connect to SQLite via JDBC
It’s also worth noting that the Class.
For SqlLite this is: