Using SQLJ with Application Servers
SQLJ is an alternative to using JDBC for providing persistence to the J2EE application server platform. Because SQLJ is built, in part, on JDBC, it shares many of the same issues JDBC has with data conversion. For more information on the SQLJ interface, see the discussion of Part 0 for SQLJ. Also see the discussion of Using JDBC with Application Servers.
The following diagram is the same one used with the discussion of JDBC and application servers. It is the same because SQLJ sits on top of the JDBC interface.
Also, be sure to check out how SQLJ can be part of integrated J2EE Architecture Solutions.
Like JDBC, SQLJ will require data conversion in either the application server or in the applications. See SQLJ Data Conversion.
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