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not a book about JDBC,
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Database Programming with JDBC and Java (Taschenbuch)
A previous reviewer pretty much summed up this book for me:
"This is a great book about the design and implementation of a persistence framework in a distributed environment."
This is nice and all, but the title erroneously led me to expect that it would actually have more information about JDBC than is found in the JavaDoc.
This book is worthless as a JDBC reference. It is of some slight use to someone who wants to learn JDBC 1.x. But it's not worth paying for when you can download the JavaDoc for free.
And if I wanted a book about database-based persistence frameworks, then I would have bought a book whose main stated goal was to address this issue and which actually covered this topic in more depth than a 200-something page book.
I'm disappointed in O'Reilly for publishing this book and claiming that it is about JDBC.