Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Implementation of an improved embedded SQL for Java
by Bradley, Louis M., M.S., Florida Atlantic University, 2012, 91; 1522078
Abstract (Summary)

The Java Development Environment defines SQLJ as a standard way of embedding the relational database language SQL in the object-oriented programming language Java. Oracle Corporation provides an extension of SQLJ that supports dynamic SQL constructs for the processing of SQL commands that are not completely known at compile time. Unfortunately, these constructs are not sufficient to handle all dynamic situations, so that the programmer has to depend on other SQL embeddings, such as JDBC, in addition to Oracle’s SQLJ.

In this thesis we implement several extensions to Oracle’s SQLJ so that all dynamic situations can be programmed in SQLJ, without resorting to other SQL embeddings. We also add a sub-query based for loop facility, similar to the one provided in Oracle’s database programming language PL/SQL, as an improvement over the iterator constructs that SQLJ provides.

This thesis discusses the design, development and implementation of these SQLJ extensions, and provides applications that show the utility of these extensions in terms of clarity and power.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Solomon, Martin K.
Commitee: Cardei, Ionut, Cooper, Robert B.
School: Florida Atlantic University
Department: Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
School Location: United States -- Florida
Source: MAI 51/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Computer science
Keywords:
Publication Number: 1522078
ISBN: 9781267948335
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