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JDBC Workbook No 2?

 
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How much does your book teach JDBC and how much SQL/databases?
 
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It teaches a whole lot of JDBC and basically all fundamentals that libraries like Hibernate are built upon. Little SQL, it just contains basic statements.
 
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Thank you It seems to have a lot in which I don't know.
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