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I don't know what to say.,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Database Programming with JDBC and Java (Taschenbuch)
A lot of the reviewers complain about this not beeing as devoted to JDBC as the title would suggest. I agree to that but I myself had read reviews stating this before I bought the book (Shouldn't we all?) so I was really interested in the persistece-framework bit.
But even though it is fun and interesting to study his models of how to make a general persistent framework I suddenly got completly thrown off when he introduced a model of Locks and Transactions without explaining how he ended up with this model and the thinking behind it. And I REALLY wanted to understand this!
Given this is a very thin book (about 170 pages without the API - documentation at the end) I believe it is almost to impossible for the author to cover even one of the topics JDBC, RMI or Transactions sufficiently.
I liked the authors style of writing. A lot of his examples where very illustrative but I would like to see a book that revealed how he modelled the Transaction Locking models of his. A book on design/object modelling ?
I'm hungry for more - For what it is worth !