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Creating JDBC SQL Statements. Displaying Records from a MySQL Database.
A tutorial on how to create and execute JDBC SQL Statements and display records from a table in a MySQL Database. Also covers topics like creating databases and tables in MySQL. All code is explained in detail.... 2) Installing and Configuring MySQL Database and ConnectorJ JDBC Driver on Microsoft Windows.
A tutorial on obtaining, installing and configuring MySQL Database and Connector/J JDBC Driver for use on Microsoft Windows. Advanced topics covered include installing MySQL as a Windows service and configuring MySQL and Connector/J JDBC Driver to use named pipes.... 3) What's new in JDBC 3.0
This article talks of how Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API has emerged as an important ingredient of the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platforms. Lots of new features in JDBC that cater to the number of areas of missing functionality adds to the already existing solid foundation. Relational databases can be easily accessed by the Java language based on this primary standards mechanism.... 4) JDBC wrapper: A quick data access solution for simple programs
With JDBC you can access databases from a java program. For any big project you will like to use JDBC for every program. It may seem overwhelming for any small program. It is especially handy when you started a program without any intention to integrate database but later when you want to you may find it difficult to integrate database. With JDBC you will find it simple to access database from Java programs.... 5) Connecting to a MySQL Database using Connector/J JDBC Driver.
A tutorial on how to connect to a MySQL Database using Connector/J JDBC Driver. Explains what are database URLs? Why and how to specify JDBC driver names? Then moves on to write a simple Java program to connect to a MySQL database server. Explains all the code in detail.... 6) How to import Excel, Access or XML data into MySQL database by using a MySQL Client Tool – Navicat?
This article discusses a solution to import MS Excel, MS Access, XML data to local or Remote MySQL databases by using a famous MySQL Admin Tool called Navicat.... 7) A Brief Introduction to JDBC.
This article provides a brief introduction to JDBC. Explains what is JDBC and how it can be used to access RDBMS. Provides a brief overview of JDBC architecture.... 8) What`s new in JDBC 3.0
The Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API has emerged as a key part of the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) and Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platforms. It is the primary standards-based mechanism for the Java language to programmatically access relational databases, so when a new version of the specification is released by the Java Community Process, developers are bound to be interested. This article summarizes the key new features as outlined in Sun Microsystems` recently released Propose... 9) A Brief Introduction to JDBC.
This article provides a brief introduction to JDBC. Explains what is JDBC and how it can be used to access RDBMS. Provides a brief overview of JDBC architecture....
Extending Ant to support interactive builds
Ant, from Jakarta project at the Apache Foundation, has become a de facto standard for building Java projects. You may already be using it to create automatic builds. It`s easy enough to tailor those builds to your needs by customizing the build files; but what if you want to wait until run time to set certain properties? This article shows you how to extend Ant to produce builds that are interactive at run time; users can follow prompts to change parameters each time they conduct a build wit... 2) Swing's new JFormattedTextField component
This is an article that explains how the numbers, dates, and formatted input can be prompted by using JFormattedTextField component. This article explains that even though JFormattedTextField component looks like JTextField, it acts completely different. The article explains this difference by giving few examples. The new Swing components like JSpinner and JFormattedTextField is available with version 1.4 of the J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition).... 3) Java Web development sans JSP pages, Part 1
JSP technology is well-known, supported by most application servers, and endorsed by the J2EE Blueprints. Why would you choose otherwise? In this first of a two-part series, learn about the Tea template language and how Tea can be a viable alternative to JSP technology.... 4) Java sockets 101
The Java sockets 101 is a tutorial on sockets for use in Java programs. This tutorial is absolutely fit for those who are new to sockets. This tutorial may seem a bit basic, if you are aware of classes and its usage in the java.net.package. The tutorial covers a wide range of subjects ranging from single client/sever communication to a pooled collection of clients accessing the server. This tutorial will teach you how to employ sockets to handle different situations cropping up.... 5) Tip: Set up SAX Parsers
This is the first in a series of tips that will serve as a comprehensive guide to using XML from the Java programming language. I begin with coverage of the SAX API. This tipreviews getting an instance of a SAX parser and setting various features and properties on that parser.... 6) Creating Java2D composites for rollover effects
When creating or using Java applications, you may have experienced some interesting rollover and/or selection effects when using default Swing mechanisms. A more consistent, more common result can be reached using the Java2D API which allows you to methodically define composite values for rollover and selection events. In this article, discover how images are constructed within Java language and how they can be manipulated using AWT composites.... 7) Unclogging Server Bottlenecks w/ Active Containers
In server-side control architectures a majority of the control events must be handled on the server side to update the state of the control. For every user event, the entire page data is sent back to the server as part of the form submission, even data that has not changed or is not affected by the user event. This article shows you how to use containers to overcome data-processing redundancy, which can otherwise drain the life out of your handheld or Web server.... 8) Handling Unhandled Exceptions
Java Server Pages (JSP) could handle any erros that might be arised in scriptlets, expressions, or other JSP elements. You could use try/cacth blocks to handle any known erros. In this technic we could use to display a custom error on our file where unhandled exception is thrown.... 9) How Code Reviews and PMD Can Crush Bugs In Your Code
The ability to review your code is one of the best methods to find bugs and other issues which can cause your program to perform poorly. In fact, one of the hardest things about writing a program is debugging it. When programmers get together and share their knowledge, it can help improve the overall quality of your Java applications....