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Author Archives: Prasad Saya

Prasad Saya is a software engineer with over ten years’ experience in application development, maintenance, testing and consulting on various platforms. He is also a certified Java and Java EE developer. At present his interest is in developing Java applications.

A JSF List Example

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This is an example list application built using JSF 2.0 (JavaServer Faces). The app is a list of todo (to do) items. This app has functions to add, edit or delete items in the list. The todo item has name and description properties. The completed app’s JSF page has:             A todo list implemented using ...

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JavaFX List Example

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This is an example list application built using JavaFX. The app is a list of todo (to do) items. This app has functions to add, update and delete items in the list.  The list data is stored in HSQLDB relational database. The app accesses the database using JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) API. The app is packaged as an executable JAR ...

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Java User Defined Types (UDT) in Java DB

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Java DB is a relational database management system that is based on the Java programming language and SQL. This is the Oracle release of the Apache Software Foundation’s open source Derby project. Java DB is included in the Java SE 7 SDK. A user defined type (UDT) is a Java class whose instances (objects) are stored in database table columns. ...

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Java Stored Procedures in Java DB

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1 Java Stored Procedure This post is about Java stored procedures in Java DB. Java DB is a relational database management system that is based on the Java programming language and SQL. This is the Oracle release of the Apache Software Foundation’s open source Derby project. Java DB is included in the Java SE 7 SDK. Java code invoked within ...

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Java DB Embedded Mode

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Java DB is a relational database management system that is based on the Java programming language and SQL. This is the Oracle release of the Apache Software Foundation’s open source Derby project. Java DB is included in the Java SE 7 SDK. Java DB has two deployment options: Embedded and Network Server. This post is about the Embedded deployment or ...

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