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Internal implementation of Prepared Statement

 
Pooja Priyadarshini
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Can any one help me with the internal implementation of the Prepared Statement , And how the DriverManager is made available by calling Class.forName ..

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Pooja Priyadarshini wrote:Can any one help me with the internal implementation of the Prepared Statement , And how the DriverManager is made available by calling Class.forName ..

Thanks in advance

I don't understand your query. It sounds like you are asking how the JDBC driver code works under the covers rather than how to use it/concepts. Maybe you can be more specific?
 
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Sorry for that , I am interested in knowing how the Driver and prepared statement works under cover . The way java and oracle engine communicate with each other
 
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I'm sure it is involved and it's not something most people know since the drivers do it so well. Luckily there are open source JDBC drivers so you can read the code for specific details.
 
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