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try-with-resources and jdbc without sql injection

September 3rd, 2012 by Jeanne Boyarsky

As I was on Oracle’s JDBC tutorial page, I noticed it was using a Statement rather than a PreparedStatement. I grumbled to myself about how this is teaching people to develop using SQL Injection and decided to Google for an example so I could tweet about it. I was looking for an example of using […]

Connecting to MS Access Files via JDBC in 64-bit Java

July 26th, 2011 by Scott Selikoff

In 32-bit Java, the technique for connecting to a Microsoft Access file via JDBC connection is well-known and available as part of the Sun JDK. There are a number of errors, though, if you attempt to use a 64-bit version of Java that are not as well documented. This article points out some of those […]

Live from TSSJS – Tips for Hibernate with Patrycja

March 18th, 2011 by Scott Selikoff

This morning I’m live blogging from TheServerSide Java Symposium 2011 at the breakout “Anti-Patterns and Best Practices for Hibernate” presented by Patrycja Wegrzynowicz. Making Good Software Patrycja’s primary goal is to “understand what makes good software good and bad software bad” and she is working to formalize these concepts. ¬†She would like to develop automated […]