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This is documentation for Caché & Ensemble. See the InterSystems IRIS version of this content.

For information on migrating to InterSystems IRIS, see Why Migrate to InterSystems IRIS?

Part I: The Java Binding Mechanism

Part I of the tutorial focuses on the Java Binding Mechanism. After completing this part of the tutorial, you will be able to:

  • Map the basic object-oriented features of Caché Objects to the corresponding relational features of SQL Tables

  • Describe the basic architecture of the Java Binding Mechanism

  • Create Java projections of Caché classes

  • Write Java code that accesses and modifies Caché data using the Java Binding Mechanism and simple Caché Objects

  • Write Java code that accesses and modifies Caché data using the Java Binding Mechanism and Caché Relationship and Collection Objects

  • Write Java code that executes queries on the Caché database using the Java Binding Mechanism and the CacheQuery class

The tutorial includes several examples and exercises that involve connecting Java code to a sample Caché application — the Contact Management application.

Note:

Part I of the tutorial assumes basic knowledge of Caché and Caché Objects as well as basic Java programming skills. To learn more about Caché and Caché Objects complete the Caché QuickStart tutorial. To learn more about Java programming, read The Java Tutorials.

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