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Owner in database

Marcio Aun Migueis
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Hi !

My database schema has a owner that identify a customer. It�s means that it�s necessary a JTextField for input this ID ? It�s about the cookie returned by the lock? Do I have to verify if the textfield has 8 characters typed, or may I fill the field with spaces?

Thanks in advance,

M�rcio
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi M�rcio,
My database schema has a owner that identify a customer. It�s means that it�s necessary a JTextField for input this ID ?
That's probably the easiest way to get the ID.
It�s about the cookie returned by the lock?
The customer ID has nothing to do with the cookie returned from the lock.
Do I have to verify if the textfield has 8 characters typed, or may I fill the field with spaces?
Take a look at this response from Sun.

Regards, Andrew


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Marcio Aun Migueis
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Andrew

Thanks,

M�rcio
 
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