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JSP Code for my Module

 
John Abraham
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Hi....

i need a Jsp code for my project.Hope you could help me.
i have five fields-userid,username,password,firstname,lastname.Also i have 4 button in the form-'NEW','EDIT','DELETE','SAVE' so wheni enter all these fields and click the 'SAVE' button all the values should inserted into the respective fields in my 'mysql' database table.and when i select a particular username i can update the user details.and i could delete all the user record when i click the delete button.i am expecting the java and jsp code for this module.hope i will get help from this forum.
 
John Abraham
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hi...

i forgot to specify one thing.The field-userid is a hidden field.where its getting automatically incremented as new user is added.so when i add a new user and after saving his details a 'userid' gets generated.This userid has to be stored in the database - table name 'module'.
thanks in advance ...
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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John,
Welcome to Javaranch! This isn't the kind of place that people will write code for you. What do you so far? Do you have any specific questions?
 
Bosun Bello
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This is not that difficult and even a beginning servlet/JSP developer should be able to do this. Like Jeanne said, show us what you've done so far, and we'll see where we can help. The only way to learn this stuff is to try to do it yourself.
[ June 28, 2004: Message edited by: Bosun Bello ]
 
John Abraham
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hi...

i am sorry about that.i just started learning jsp and servlets. got a module to complete by my professor.anyway thanx for your advice.will ask you in detail soon.

john
 
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