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Looking for good books on Swings and JDBC

 
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Hi,
Greetings.
I'm looking for some good books on Swings and JDBC. Please suggest me if you know any. Also if any of you have good material on the above topics, please send them to latha_yelchuru@yahoo.com
Thanks,
Latha
 
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The best Swing book out there I have to say is Swing by Manning, excellent book.
I havn't come across a great JDBC book. The java Tutorial is what I generally use anyway.
 
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I'm glad to see the Manning Swing book is still highly recommended. The second edition of the book is on press now and should be released in a month or so. Watch for a possible online forum with the authors here at JavaRanch then.
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Hi Latha,
There are several relevant books available at the "Safari" online library:
http://safari.informit.com
They are currently offering a free, two-week, trial subscription.
There are also many relevant tutorials and articles available from the SUN java Web site:
http://java.sun.com
Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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