Mined Opinions For API: jdbc

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  • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool.. details
  • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions.. details
  • Thank you for the answer.. details
  • Thanks, .. details
  • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story.. details
  • For me its usually worth to maintain something between the db and remote client, it just sounds right.. details
  • Hope this helps .. details
  • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding".. details
  • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql://localhost/DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf-8 charset for encoding - no matter whether I explicitly create utf-8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF-8, still setting up $LANG property to xx_XX.UTF-8 on linux systems and add append=" vt.default_utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf-8 encoded files.. details
  • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL.. details
  • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc.).. details
  • the client side most likely does _not_ have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception.. details
  • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects.. details
Summaries the opinions about jdbc using topic modeling.
  • 0. utf database utf8 total answer time optimize state lot query: 3
    • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story.. details
    • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql://localhost/DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 1. utf system create encode simple answer utf8 database maintain tool: 8
    • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool.. details
    • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions.. details
    • Thank you for the answer.. details
    • Thanks, .. details
    • For me its usually worth to maintain something between the db and remote client, it just sounds right.. details
    • Hope this helps .. details
    • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding".. details
    • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf-8 charset for encoding - no matter whether I explicitly create utf-8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF-8, still setting up $LANG property to xx_XX.UTF-8 on linux systems and add append=" vt.default_utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf-8 encoded files.. details
  • 0. exception attempt sort provide pojos side result driver classpath deserialize: 4
    • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL.. details
    • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc.).. details
    • the client side most likely does _not_ have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception.. details
    • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects.. details
Summaries of the opinions about jdbc using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Thanks, .
  • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf 8 charset for encoding no matter whether I explicitly create utf 8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF 8, still setting up $LANG property to xx XX UTF 8 on linux systems and add append=" vt default utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf 8 encoded files .
  • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql: localhost DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool .
  • Thank you for the answer .
  • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions .
  • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding" .
  • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story .
  • Hope this helps .
  • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf 8 charset for encoding no matter whether I explicitly create utf 8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF 8, still setting up $LANG property to xx XX UTF 8 on linux systems and add append=" vt default utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf 8 encoded files .
  • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql: localhost DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool .
  • Thank you for the answer .
  • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions .
  • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding" .
  • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story .
  • For me its usually worth to maintain something between the db and remote client, it just sounds right .
  • Hope this helps .
  • Thanks, .
  • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf 8 charset for encoding no matter whether I explicitly create utf 8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF 8, still setting up $LANG property to xx XX UTF 8 on linux systems and add append=" vt default utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf 8 encoded files .
  • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql: localhost DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool .
  • Thank you for the answer .
  • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions .
  • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding" .
  • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story .
  • For me its usually worth to maintain something between the db and remote client, it just sounds right .
  • the client side most likely does not have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception .
  • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc ) .
  • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL .
  • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects .
  • the client side most likely does not have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception .
  • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc ) .
  • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL .
  • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects .
  • the client side most likely does not have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception .
  • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc ) .
  • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL .
  • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects .
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Features:
  • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .
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Community:
  • Hope this helps .
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Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you for the answer.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • N/A
  • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc.).
Usability:
  • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool.
  • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL.
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The resulting formatting will look like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • are you using Hibernet or or simple jdbc or any other orm tool.. details
      • You don't have to use all of jOOQ's features to take advantage of some useful JDBC extensions.. details
      • Maybe you can improve a lot the total processing time by optimizing the query itself but its a different story.. details
      • For me its usually worth to maintain something between the db and remote client, it just sounds right.. details
      • If you're planning on using direct JDBC calls for your persistence and you don't want to do much other processing, then you can get away with "Simple Data Binding".. details
      • Having JDBC connector set up properly is necessary : "jdbc:mysql://localhost/DBname?useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF8", if you are going to persist the strings to a database, which should be in this state: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • The answer is tricky and there are a few points one must pay attention to, mainly to platform encoding: afaik affects printing out to console, creating files from an inputstream and even communication between DB client and server even though they are both set to use utf-8 charset for encoding - no matter whether I explicitly create utf-8 string, inputstreamReader or set JDBC driver for UTF-8, still setting up $LANG property to xx_XX.UTF-8 on linux systems and add append=" vt.default_utf8=1" to LILO boot loader (on systems that use it), must be done at least for systems running database and java apps working with utf-8 encoded files.. details
  • Bug: 2
    1. general: 2
      • original exception name, message, stack trace, etc.).. details
      • the client side most likely does _not_ have the jdbc driver in its classpath, so any attempt to deserialize the exception will result in some sort of crazy class loading exception.. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • For a long time you had to specify the charset in the jdbc connection string for MySQL.. details
      • This uses POJOs and annotations to provide a more complex structure to your objects.. details