Java updating remote database
It is part of the Java Standard Edition platform, from Oracle Corporation.
Oracle Internet Directory is an implementation of the LDAP directory service and a component of Oracle Identity Management.
By default, this database stores large LOB (CLOB and BLOB) objects separate from the main table data.
Small LOB objects are stored in-place, the threshold can be set using MAX_LENGTH_INPLACE_LOB, but there is still an overhead to use CLOB/BLOB.
Result Sets Large Objects Linked Tables Spatial Features Recursive Queries Updatable Views Transaction Isolation Multi-Version Concurrency Control (MVCC) Clustering / High Availability Two Phase Commit Compatibility Standards Compliance Run as Windows Service ODBC Driver Using H2 in Microsoft .
NET ACID Durability Problems Using the Recover Tool File Locking Protocols Using Passwords Password Hash Protection against SQL Injection Protection against Remote Access Restricting Class Loading and Usage Security Protocols TLS Connections Universally Unique Identifiers (UUID) Settings Read from System Properties Setting the Server Bind Address Pluggable File System Split File System Database Upgrade Java Objects Serialization Custom Data Types Handler API Limits and Limitations Glossary and Links The following statements return a result set: . Before the result is returned to the application, all rows are read by the database. If only the first few rows are interesting for the application, then the result set size should be limited to improve the performance.