Sample statement - Delete

 

Attached is a sample program to Delete data from MySQL using the Muchach's DB.

Here is the sample code: JDBCdelete.java (1.01 kb)

 

The Prerequisite are:

Expected results should be something like:

Records deleted: 1

done.

 

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Sample statement - Update

 

Attached is a sample program to Update data in MySQL using the Muchach's DB.

Here is the sample code: JDBCudpate.java (1.06 kb)

 

The Prerequisite are:

Expected results should be something like:

Records updated:1

done.

 

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Sample statement - Insert

 

Attached is a sample program to Insert data into MySQL using the Muchach's DB.

Here is the sample code: JDBCinsert.java (1.20 kb)

 

The Prerequisite are:

Expected results should be something like:

Records updated:1

done.

 

 

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Sample statement - connection pooling (incomplete)

 

populate this from page 465 of Servlets & JSP

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Web page recomended roles?

 

Here is a list I'd like to talk about.

 Role  Description
 Admin  Able to update site properties
 Owner  Update Owner information
 Editor  Update pages and table
 User  View pages and update user profile
 Anonymous  This is a guest, view only

 

 

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JDBC driver for MySQL download and install.

 

  • Go to the MySQL web site.
  • Locate the download page for Connector/J.  To do that, you may need to start by clicking the Community link, and the on the Connectors link. I found it  HERE
  • Save the zip file for the connector to your hard drive.  The file is typically named some-thinglike mysql-connector-java-5.0.7.zip
  • Unzip the zip file onto you hard drive.  The unzipped file should include a JAR file for the driver.  This file is typically named something like mysql-connector-java-5.0.7-bin.jar
  • Copy the JAR file for the driver into the JDK directory:  jre\lib\ext

Here is a copy of what I downloaded: mysql-connector-java-5.1.10.zip (3.69 mb)  

 

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How to create the databases for this book.

 

Follow these instructions to Install MySQL: Primer-Installing-MySQL-on-Windows

The directory that contains the setup_DB.bat file:

  • c:\murach\servlet_jsp\db

 Database  Descrition
 murach  The database that's used for section 3 of the book
 music  The database that's used for the Music Stroe application that's presented in section 5 of this book

 

  • Use the Windows Explorer to find the setup_db.bat file that's in the directory shown above.
  • Double-click on the file to run it.  This should display a DOS windows.
  • For the password, enter the password that you used for MySQL root.  It should be "sesame".
  • When the bat file finishes, press any key to continue.

Warning:

if you did not add the MySQL server path your %PATH%, the script will fail.

 

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Source Code

To obtain the source code, follow these steps:

  • Find the page for Murach's Java Servlets and JSP (Second edition)
  • Click the like for "FREE download of book examples".
  • Select the "All book files" link and respond to the resulting pages and dialog boxes. (The file jsp2_allfiles.zip (8.04 mb) will be downloaded).
  • Use the Windows Explorer to find the setup file on you hard drive.
  • Double click and follow the prompts.

The default Installation directory for the source code is:

  • c:\murach\servlet_jsp

The NetBeans directory for the book application is:

  • c:\murach\servlet_jsp\netbeans\book_app
The NetBeans directory for the exercise starting points is:
  • c:\murach\servlet_jsp\netbeans\ex_starts

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java JDK installation

Installing the Java JDK:

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