A database is a structured collection of records or data.
This article describes a simple wrapper library that makes basic database usage a snap. You'll find yourself wanting to use JDBC for every program you write.
Follow along with the author as he demonstrates how to iterate through the elements of a hashed collection in insertion order, and maintain elements in access order with the new Collections Framework...
This article shows several ways to use a SQL calculated field and the ORDER BY clause to arrange a recordset in random order. A simple tool is provided for verifying that the results are uniformly...
In this white paper, we discuss recent trends in transactional requirements for distributed object applications. We look at various approaches for managing transactions in a distributed environment....
Dallas Maxim have a product line called MicroLan, or 1-Wire.
Their iButtons are part of the same line. The devices can be
networked on a very simple cable. They are monitored and
This month, our foreign correspondent looks at a new database tool from Canada with a Java API that provides a single interface for developers and integrators.
The Author is at it again, showing you more undocumented commands, this time DBCC commands for SQL Server 2000.
Developing SQL Server-based applications is not easy. Learn how this new tool can make the job just a little easier.
We needed a way to handle accountholder signature images to be transported in XML in such a way that the image of the person's signature (or really, any binary data) could be transported...
Like many of our articles, this one was spawned from a forum question. The basic question was this: "If I insert a record into an Access database on server A how can I marshall the ADO recordset and...
This article demonstrates how to utilize SOAP to return multiple ADO recordsets using the Northwind database for SQL Server 2000.
This article shows how the SQL Server 2000 TABLE variable can be used instead of cursors or temporary tables to eliminate costly disk I/O and contention.