The JDBC driver enables the Java application to connect to a database.JDBC is almost always used with relational databases, also it can be used with any other table based data source.To illustrate the functionality, let’s set up a simple table that stores country names in one column as TEXT and a list of some of the country’s cities in the second column as a TEXT ARRAY.Now we will use the JDBC interface to insert data into this table, retrieve it, and update it.We do not have to worry about the availability of a driver, as major RDBMS (Relational Database Management System) providers provide them free.Apart from that there are many third-party JDBC drivers available.You won't get connection pooling, but you can at least get the sample working by replacing line with the following lines: After entering this code, save the changes. You should see a form appear: Try entering some comments and clicking Submit.The page should process the submission, and you should see your comments appear in the table.
Process of updating arrays in Postgre SQL is pretty close to that of inserting them.
This section explores how you can write simple code that uses the
Array Interface to insert, retrieve, & update arrays in Postgre SQL.
Installing and configuring an open source Java EE web application server and a DBMS, and getting them to talk to each other, can require significant developer effort.
In this article, I will demonstrate how the combination of Eclipse Web Tools Platform, Eclipse Data Tools Platform, Tomcat, and Derby help to "lower the bar" by virtually eliminating the server administration issues, allowing developers to focus on the task at hand: building the web application.