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Duran Harris
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Hi ..i've been going through Paul Sanghera's SCBCD study guide in an attempt to create a solution.(Okay I know this isn't a certification question but I thought I would post here because I am using the certification book+sylabbus)

The current situation is that we have a MySQL database on our server that is accessed through a (PHP&Javascript)web application that is distributed to all the branches of the business.We now have a need to provide certain contractors the ability to query subsets of the DB remotely from their business premises...Hence why I'm study the SCBCD study guide.

What I would like to know is if it is possible to have the entity beans operate on the mysql database somehow?


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Christophe Verré
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Any databases providing a JDBC driver can be used. So MySQL can be used.


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Duran Harris
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Wow thanks..
So the same packages are used for mySQL...javax.SQL?
Also my EJB book is old....should I get additional study material
for EJB3.0?I dont even know if the examples will work on j2ee 5
 
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