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Published On July 27, 2018

Saving Song metadata to the database with JDBC

The next step is to take your domain objects and save them to a database (called H2). For that you will learn how to setup and access H2 and then execute normal JDBC (database) operations.

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Saving Song metadata to the database with JDBC

The next step is to take your domain objects and save them to a database (called H2). For that you will learn how to setup and access H2 and then execute normal JDBC (database) operations.

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