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DataTable ,DataGrid and DataBindings in JAVA ???

 
Venkata Sirish
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Hi,
I think you may be knowing that there is a concept called DataTable ,DataGrid and DataBindings in (Microsoft).NET ...

DataTable to hold the data from a Table in a DataBase....
DataGrid to display the data in a DataTable ....
DataBindings to Bind Table in DataBase and the data(DataTable) in DataGrid...


Is there any concept in JAVA or JDBC to achieve this .....
 
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Hi
You may take a look at NetBeans 6 IDE. Its swing designer support drag and drop data binding for both we pages and swing form and widgets.
http://www.netbeans.org/
 
Venkata Sirish
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Originally posted by Masoud Kalali:
Hi
You may take a look at NetBeans 6 IDE. Its swing designer support drag and drop data binding for both we pages and swing form and widgets.
http://www.netbeans.org/


Hi,
Thanks for replying ... Is it possible in web application development ....
 
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In web development, you may be able to use a pre-written component depending on your framework. For example, JSF (Java Server Faces) is likely to have such widgets.

From the JDBC end, take a look at Cached Result Sets for holding data from a query while disconnected from the database.
 
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Please don't post the same question in multiple forums. This makes the discussion harder to follow.

I'll close this for you and everyone can continue discussion in your other thread.
 
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