Integrating the active data warehouse with Java JEE and .NET applications requires an understanding of modern design patterns ...

The data access object is a best practice for organizing and connecting object oriented languages such as Java with JDBC. This session explores the object oriented impedance mismatch with relational, object relational mapping tools, Hibernate, iBatis, and architectures for connecting operational applications to JDBC session pools. These techniques are commonly used when integrating portals, portlets, web application servers, web services, and business service objects with the data warehouse in near real time access.

Key Points

  • What are objects? What is a data access object?
  • SQL and data flow through a modern web application server container
  • Use of Hibernate as an ORM tool for creating data access objects
  • iBATIS as an alternative mapping tool

Presenter: Dan Graham, Active Data Warehousing Program Director, Teradata Marketing - Teradata Corporation

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Audience: Data Warehouse Administrator, Data Warehouse Application Specialist, Data Warehouse Architect/Designer, etc.

Course number:43966
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Format:Recorded webcast
Credit hours:1.00