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Having a dilemma

Amy Phillips
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Joined: Apr 02, 2003
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I have recently been working on an asp database project with the usual sorts of user interaction etc. However next year I will be required to build another similar project and was wondering how easy it would be to create the same sort of thing in java. I have some knowledge of java but nothing about databases and I am having the additional worry that my java programming is usually quite inefficient. What do you think asp or java?
Jon Dornback
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Joined: Apr 24, 2002
Posts: 137
Java is great for database applications. The API is well documented - look at the java.sql package, and there are plenty of tutorials out there. if you want some practice, I highly recommend going to www.mysql.com and downloading the database and driver, and try writing some sample code. good luck.
Jon


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