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ISBN-13: 9780471207085

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Com/compbooks/hightower. 8) is the business interface for the system. It is the faзade covering the rest of the systems. Most of the tests can be run against the model classes. 4: CategorySystem. 5: Category. 6: CatalogItem. 7: Subcategory. 8: Product. 12) is the implementation of the model. It uses JDBC to get rows out of the database and converts them to Java objects that can be manipulated by the JSPs. 9: CategoryDB. Map; public class CategoryDB extends Category implements Entity { public static final String COLUMNS = "ID, NAME, DESCRIPTION"; private static Connection connCategory; private static Connection connSubcategory; private static PreparedStatement prepLoadCategory; private static PreparedStatement prepLoadSubcategories; 52 boolean loaded = false; static { try { String load = "select " + COLUMNS + " from CATEGORY where ID = ?

3 uses the Ant SQL task to create the tables, populate the tables, and (later) drop the tables. In order to use the SQL task, we need to pass it the JDBC URL, user name, and password. JdbcOdbcDriver" /> 44 Each time we call the SQL task, we pass it these values. Here is the SQL task used in BuildDB: The first thing we do with the SQL task is create the database tables.

The main buildfile orchestrates the execution of other targets in the other buildfiles. /Test" target="cleanTest"> This code invokes the cleanTest target on the test buildfile. It also causes the clean and buildfile targets to be executed for main, which in turn call the clean and build targets on the model and webapplication buildfiles. /WebApplication" target="clean"> 40 Setting Up the Database with Test Data: A Small Taste of Ant Testing applications with database access can be tricky.

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