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Update Hibernate.cfg file via JAVAFX GUI

 
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Does anyone have an example code to enable the update of the username and password fields within the hibernate.cfg file via JAVAFX?
 
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Why should you want to do that ?
 
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Or to put it another way, the code you would write could possibly be embedded into a JavaFX GUI, but that part is irrelevant to the file-changing code.

A Hibernate.cfg file (not the XML version, right?) is a standard Java properties file. So you could write code which reads the file into a Properties object, modify the relevant properties from (presumably) data from the GUI, and then write the modified Properties object back to the file.

But you could just as well use a text editor to do that. So... what Claude said. Why?
 
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