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  • CUBRID JDBC Tutorial - Part 2
    Accessing CUBRID with JDBC - Part II February 2013 This is the 2nd part of the latest CUBRID JDBC tutorial we have published recently. In this part, we will go through some more advanced topics, to help you start quickly with CUBRID in a Java development environment. The ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/accessing_cubrid_with_jdbc_part2
  • CUBRID JDBC Tutorial - Part 1
    Accessing CUBRID with JDBC - Part I February 2013 It’s been a while since we published our first JDBC tutorial, in a time when CUBRID was still using with the GLO data type… The time has come to take another look at the CUBRID JDBC driver! We will be looking toge...
    http://www.cubrid.org/accessing_cubrid_with_jdbc_part1
  • Tutorial :: Clj-DBCP Clojure Library for Connecting to CUBRID Database
    Clj-DBCP Clojure Library for Connecting to CUBRID Database Clj-DBCP is a Java-6/Clojure library to create a database connection pool, which is known to be a more efficient way to connect to multiple databases in a transaction-heavy environment. Why do we need a connectio...
    http://www.cubrid.org/clj_dbcp
  • Tutorial :: Store Java Logs to Database Using log4j
    Store Java Logs to Database Using log4j ⇐Analyzing JDBC Logs with log4jdbc log4j is one of the most powerful and commonly used logging system used when programming in Java. There are many different ways how you can utilize it in your project. One of the features of log4j framework ...
    http://www.cubrid.org/store_java_logs_to_databdase_using_log4j
  • CUBRID JDBC Tutorial (for CUBRID 8.3.1 and below)
    CUBRID JDBC Tutorial (for CUBRID 8.3.1 and below) JDBC & Java Programming with CUBRID You may write CUBRID powered applications in a variety of languages. The languages that probably most people use to write CUBRID applications are PHP and Java. We will present you in...
    http://www.cubrid.org/cubrid_jdbc_tutorial
  • Tutorials :: Analyzing JDBC Logs with LOG4JDBC
    Analyzing JDBC Logs with log4jdbc ⇐TutorialsStore Java Logs to Database Using log4j⇒ First, let's clarify what exactly this log4jdbc is useful for. Assume you work on a project written in Java which communicates with CUBRID JDBC (or any other JDBC driver), and at some point yo...
    http://www.cubrid.org/analyzing_jdbc_logs