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Class examples.dbkona.rowid


public class rowid
extends Object
This example constructs a TableDataSet for inserting, updating, and deleting records from an Oracle database. It illustrates the use of an Oracle ROWID as a unique key for updates and deletes.

To run this example, you must have the Oracle DEMO database running. The connection to the database is made with WebLogic jDriver for Oracle. This example is run from the command line and the results are displayed to standard out. For other examples of how to display query results, check the server-side Java examples that use htmlKona and dbKona in the examples/servlets directories.

If you don't have the Oracle DEMO database, you can use the file examples/applets/emp.sql to set it up.

To set up this example:

  1. Set up your development shell as described in Setting up your environment.

  2. Change connection parameters to correspond to your Oracle configuration. If you need more help, check the section on connecting to a database in the Developers Guide, Using WebLogic jDriver for Oracle.

  3. Compile this example by executing the following command in your development shell:

    $ javac -d %CLIENT_CLASSES%

  4. Run this example by executing the following command in your development shell:

    $ java examples.dbkona.rowid

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Constructor Index

 o rowid()

Method Index

 o main(String[])
First the JDBC connection is configured and made.


 o rowid
 public rowid()


 o main
 public static void main(String argv[]) throws Exception
First the JDBC connection is configured and made. Then a dbKona TableDataSet is constructed using the JDBC connection object and the name of the table. This example illustrates how to add new records and save them selectively. Then a KeyDef object (a unique attribute identifier) is created for updates and deletes; the records that were previously added are first updated, and then deleted to illustrate code for these two tasks. A final call to the save() method updates the DBMS with the changes made. The last few lines of code close all the data objects that were used in this example.

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