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simple database application (View it on-line)

 
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To illustrate more functionality of JavaServer Pages, we will build an example application that allows you to add records, delete edit from databases, see their tables and column names, and query them. Our JSP application is pure jsp code to access the database
 
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good effort, I feel the example page lacks
presentation

[This message has been edited by sundari swamy (edited November 16, 2001).]
 
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Nice work. Here's a few suggestions:
1. Use database connection pooling
2. Separate business logic from presentation logic.
3. On deletion of some of the items, I noticed that the values became "null" and not really deleted entirely.
4. Work with a specific database system and encapsulate as much functionality as you can within it. It would be nice to see a good web front end for MySQL.
5. Like you pointed out before, error handling. Log all errors to a file so you can trace the errors.
Other than that, looks good

[This message has been edited by Rehan Malik (edited November 17, 2001).]
 
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