Why?

Why do this weblog?  There's no one particular reason.  I'd like to gather feedback on stuff we'd like to do or plan to do and explain why things are the way they are.

I've developed business applications in my past using various technologies.  I understand that no matter how cool the IDE may be, the only meaningful metric is for you, a Creator user, to deploy an application that the end user likes. And uses.  And uses with a minimum of complaining. :)

I work in the database area of Sun Java Studio Creator.  There seems to be lots of questions regarding how CachedRowSets work and how best to use them.  I hope to shed some light in this area.

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Hi I am using Java Studio Creator 2 with MySQL database. I bind a text component with a field of a table (xxx) in my database, then used xxxDataProvider.commitChanges() to save any change I made to the text field into the table but nothing changed in the table. Could anybody help? Many thanks.

Posted by jane on August 10, 2006 at 02:09 AM PDT #

Hi!, I'm portuguese and i'm working with netbeans 5.5.1+VWP.
I need your opinion on which kind of DataProvider shall I use to bind a table.I'm doing something like a shopping cart, there is a table showing data from a database, and there are buttons in each row to submit each product.I need those selected produts to appear one by one, on another table. I have the Java Bean for each line(rk,ref,design,price, quant), and it's property for sessionBean.
And i thought to bind the second table to a ObjectListDataProvider, so i would very much appreciate if you could give me some advices.
Regards, Maria.

Posted by Maria Aguiar on November 02, 2007 at 12:32 AM PDT #

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