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A column defines the data type, size, and other attributes of one field of a row (record) of data. All columns taken as a set define a row (record) in the database. An individual column contains data related in type and purpose throughout the table; that is, a column's definition does not change from row to row.
An attribute that specifies what type of information can be stored in a column, parameter, or variable. The Jet database engine has 13 primary data types and several synonyms recognised for these data types.
An object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. Java is an interpreted language that runs on any platform for which the interpreter, the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), is available.
JDBC is a Java API that allows Java to access relational databases (and other tabular data, such as spreadsheets and flat files). The JDBC API specifies a set of Java classes that represent database connections, Structured Query Language (SQL) queries and their result sets, and other objects associated with accessing databases.
Software that implements the JDBC API, enabling Java to interact with a database.
There are four types of JDBC drivers, called Type 1, Type 2, Type 3, and Type 4. Type 1 and Type 2 drivers use native libraries and therefore are not pure Java.
A Type 1 JDBC driver uses a native library with a common interface. The native library is not database specific therefore.
A Type 2 JDBC driver accesses a database-specific driver through a native library.
A Type 3 JDBC driver is pure Java and has a client/server architecture.
A Type 4 JDBC driver is pure Java and communicates directly with the database.
Stands for Java Developer's Kit, the collection of Java classes, runtime, compiler, debugger, and usually source code for a version of Java that makes up a Java development environment for writing Java applets and applications.
Stands for Java Runtime Environment (JRE), the Java virtual machine (JVM), runtime class libraries, and Java application launcher that are necessary to run programs written in the Java programming language.
Software that implements the functions in the ODBC API. Each driver is specific to a particular database type. For example, Microsoft produce an ODBC driver for MDB format Access databases. This ODBC driver, which accesses the database through a seperate database engine called Jet, processes ODBC calls and passes SQL statements to the Jet engine for processing.
A 16-bit character encoding standard developed by the Unicode Consortium between 1988 and 1991. By using 2 bytes to represent each character, Unicode enables almost all the written languages of the world to be represented using a single character set.