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(eBook - PDF) Oracle - Oracle9i Java Developer's Guide

(eBook - PDF) Oracle - Oracle9i Java Developer's Guide

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Oracle9i
Java Developer\u2019s Guide
Release 2 (9.2)
March 2002
Part No. A96656-01
Oracle9i Java Developer \u2019s Guide, Release 2 (9.2)
Part No. A96656-01
Copyright \u00a9 2000, 2002 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
Primary Author: Sheryl Maring
Contributors: Steve Harris, Ellen Barnes, Peter Benson, Greg Colvin, Bill Courington, Matthieu Devin,
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Contents
Send Us Your Comments...................................................................................................................xi
Preface..........................................................................................................................................................xiii

Who Should Read This Book?............................................................................................................xiii Java API Programming Models.........................................................................................................xiv Java Information Resources................................................................................................................xiv Documentation Accessibility..............................................................................................................xv

1 Introduction to Java in Oracle9i
Chapter Contents................................................................................................................................1-2
What\u2019s New in this Release?.............................................................................................................1-2

Upgrading to JDK 1.3...................................................................................................................1-2 Desupport of J2EE Technologies in the Oracle Database.......................................................1-3 Additions to the loadjava Tool...................................................................................................1-3 Replacement of the sess_sh tool with ojvmjava.......................................................................1-4 Debugger Modifications..............................................................................................................1-4

Overview of Java.................................................................................................................................1-5

Java and Object-Oriented Programming Terminology...........................................................1-5 Classes.....................................................................................................................................1-5 Attributes................................................................................................................................1-6 Methods..................................................................................................................................1-7

Class Hierarchy.............................................................................................................................1-7 Interfaces........................................................................................................................................1-8 Polymorphism...............................................................................................................................1-9

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