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Class examples.jdbc.mssqlserver4.exsql


public class exsql
extends Object
This simple example shows how JDBC Extended SQL can be embedded in standard SQL sent to the DBMS. Extended SQL is part of the JDBC spec, and provides a DBMS-neutral way of using the many secondary functions provided by any DBMS, but in a proprietary syntax. The WebLogic JDBC drivers will convert extended SQL syntax to the DBMS-specific syntax for the relevant function. Please see our documentation for links to the complete Extended SQL specification.

This example is run on the command line and is output to System.out.

Please note that this example uses a simple method for obtaining result sets, update counts, and/or the output parameter values it may generate. This is always possible with simple, known queries. When executing complex or unknown possibly multi-statement SQL or stored procedures, you should use the example in to ensure that all results become available.

To set up this example:

  1. Set up your development shell as described in Package examples.jdbc.mssqlserver4.

  2. Change the database URL, login, and password connection parameters to correspond to your Microsoft SQL Server configuration. If you need more help, check the section on connecting to a database in the Developers Guide, Using WebLogic jDriver for Microsoft SQL Server.

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

    $ javac -d c:/weblogic/mssqlserver4/classes

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

    $ java examples.jdbc.mssqlserver4.exsql

Constructor Index

 o exsql()

Method Index

 o main(String[])


 o exsql
 public exsql()


 o main
 public static void main(String argv[]) throws Exception

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