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Tip: Using a JDBC Template

Spring provides a nice abstraction on top of the JDBC API using JdbcTemplate and also provides great transaction management capabilities using annotation-based approach.


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Spring provides a nice abstraction on top of the JDBC API using JdbcTemplate and also provides great transaction management capabilities using annotation-based approach. By using the JdbcTemplate and NamedParameterjdbcTemplate classes, we can take advantage of auto configuration features and eliminate the need to configure beans by ourselves, as you can see below:

@Component
public class MyFoo{

   private final JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate;

   @Autowired
   public MyFoo(JdbcTemplate jdbcTemplate){
            this.jdbcTemplate = jdbcTemplate;
   }
  
  //..
}

 



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Octavia Andreea Anghel is a senior PHP developer currently working as a primary trainer for programming teams that participate at national and international software-development contests. She consults on developing educational projects at a national level. She is a coauthor of the book "XML Technologies--XML in Java" (Albastra, ISBN 978-973-650-210-1), for which she wrote the XML portions. In addition to PHP and XML, she's interested in software architecture, web services, UML, and high-performance unit tests.
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