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The SQLJ Utility

The advantages of SQLJ include:

• The automatic validation of SQL code. With JDBC, SQL and DML statements are only validated at runtime and not compile time, since the SQL is only known as a String object to JDBC. SQLJ will not allow invalid SQL to compile and will inform the developer at development time instead of runtime.

• The readability of the Java code. SQLJ can accomplish the same tasks as JDBC with much fewer lines. In addition, it is much easier to read SQL and DML statements inline in Java.

The disadvantages to SQLJ include:

• The extra step needed to create compiled code to access the database. An extra step is one more opportunity for problems to occur.

• The readability of the generated Java code.

Whether the developer chooses to use JDBC or SQLJ when writing server-side code, the code still needs to be loaded into the database. The loadjava utility is important because it provides this capability directly from the operating system command line.
 


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