|Oracle8i SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference
This chapter discusses basic SQLJ language features and constructs that you use in coding your application.
SQLJ statements always begin with a
#sql token and can be broken into two main categories: 1) declarations, used for creating Java classes for iterators (similar to JDBC result sets) or connection contexts (which can be used to establish database connections to different kinds of schemas); and 2) executable statements, used to execute embedded SQL operations.
For more advanced topics, see Chapter 7, "Advanced Language Features".
This chapter discusses the following topics.