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Hello,

Im new to swing, and im trying to develop an aplication. First One im trying to do a new login form.
My Project looks like this:

  • connection
  • entity
  • manager
  • gui


  • On connection i have this:



    On entity i have this:



    On Manager i have this:



    Now i just want to use the gui for validate the data that user introduce this action invoking the method ValidaUsuario() on my Manager, ok i want to use the parameters taking from the gui textUsr and txtPwd and validating that exist on database. How i can do that? Thanks for your help.
     
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    Welcome to the Ranch.

    Your question is a bit ambiguous. Are you having trouble creating and passing the usuario* object or validating the credentials with the DB?
    *Java naming conventions dictate this should be Usuario and not usuario. Same with other classes.
     
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    Maneesh Godbole wrote:Welcome to the Ranch.

    Your question is a bit ambiguous. Are you having trouble creating and passing the usuario* object or validating the credentials with the DB?
    *Java naming conventions dictate this should be Usuario and not usuario. Same with other classes.



    i forgot conventions... but my problem its validate the credentials whit the db, its just beacuse i dont have idea how to do that...
     
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    Ok. So essentially your problem is not with the GUI but making DB queries. I will move this topic over to the JDBC forum for you where such questions are usually discussed.
     
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    I don't understand... your code already has an example of a PreparedStatement which inserts data, with a specific user ID and password, into your Usuario table. Then what is so difficult about writing a PreparedStatement which selects rows from that table with a specific user ID and password?
     
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