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Lunar Moon
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I'm a amateur Web designer. Used to work well with Perl, but I know Java & JSP make the future.
I'm planning to make my home site with JSP and mySQL. The fact is, I've never touched SQL yet
Does anyone can help me explaining how to use mySQL through Java/JSP?
And one more: how can I write an file upload page, which allows user to browse through their file system and pick some desired files?
Thanks in advance,
 
Swami nathan
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hi.
For jsp/MySql refer the JDBC chapter from Wrox's Prof JSP 2nd edition.I'm sure you'll get a clear picture.
regds.
swaminathan.
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Lunar Moon
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Did you mean "Wrox's Prof JSP" is a book? I don't know, but it seems that I won't have much chance to see it
Could you give me some online resource instead? You'll be very helpful!
Thanks anyway
 
Dave Van Even
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hi,
take a look at http://www.servlets.com/cos/javadoc/com/oreilly/servlet/MultipartRequest.html
This class can handle multi-part requests. (like file uploads) You can download the package from http://www.servlets.com/cos/index.html
anyway, if you want to learn alot in a short period of time... keep reading books...

Dave Van Even
 
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