MySQL Data type to Java Data type Conversion Table : MySQL « Database « Java Tutorial

MySQL Data Types                                      Java Types

CHAR, VARCHAR, BLOB, TEXT, ENUM, and SET              java.lang.String,, 
                                            , java.sql.Blob, and java.sql.Clob      
FLOAT, REAL, DOUBLE PRECISION, NUMERIC,               java.lang.String, java.lang.Short, java.lang.Integer, 
DECIMAL, TINYINT, SMALLINT, MEDIUMINT,                java.lang.Long, java.lang.Double, and java.math.BigDecimal

DATE, TIME, DATETIME, and TIMESTAMP                   java.lang.String, java.sql.Date, and java.sql.Timestamp

20.34.1.Get a MySQL Connection from the Driver Manager
20.34.2.JDBC Mysql Connection String
20.34.3.MySQL Connection Properties: Passing Additional Properties Using a Database URL
20.34.4.Keep the Connection Alive for MySQL
20.34.5.MySQL Data type to Java Data type Conversion Table
20.34.6.Create a MySQL Table to Store Java Types (Using Statement Objects)?
20.34.7.Retrieve Automatically Generated Keys Using a Statement (MySQL)?
20.34.8.Creating a MySQL Table to Store Java Types
20.34.9.Loading a Flat File to a MySQL Table, file is comma-separated
20.34.10.Loading a Flat File to a MySQL Table, file is terminated by \r\n, use this statement
20.34.11.Creating a Database in MySQL
20.34.12.Creating a MySQL Database Table to store Java Types
20.34.13.Deleting a Table from Database
20.34.14.Retrieving Tables from a Database
20.34.15.Inserting values in MySQL database table
20.34.16.Getting the Number of Rows in a Database Table
20.34.17.Updating a Row in a Database Table
20.34.18.Deleting All Rows from a Database Table
20.34.19.Exporting a MySQL Table to a Flat File
20.34.20.Retrieve auto-generated keys
20.34.21.MySQL Error code and message