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    Default because explaining such a massive topic in a forum is not an easy task

    "because explaining such a massive topic in a forum is not an easy task"

    I read these line and feel . I select wrong forum to learn java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawankumarom View Post
    "because explaining such a massive topic in a forum is not an easy task"

    I read these line and feel . I select wrong forum to learn java.
    I don't think so. Just ask this question in any other forum, you may get the same replay or may be a link to read more.

    What I want to outline to you is, read something first. It's really helpful to you. Then ask question about where you stuck with. That's the idea of a forum.

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    Default I Will learn java !

    I will learn java and one day may be i have more knowledge then your forum
    members but as some one ask question. I will reply not like your forum.

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    I did some tests with the H2 (H2 Database Engine) database which also seems to be a very good alternative to HSQLDB and MySQL - I like the idea that I can use it embedded or as a separate server.

    Regarding the JDBC-Question have a look at Wikipedia which gives a short overview: Java Database Connectivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Greetings, Martin Wildam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawankumarom View Post
    I will learn java and one day may be i have more knowledge then your forum
    members but as some one ask question. I will reply not like your forum.
    Hey, don't get angry. We are not helpless to you, we are not discourage you. We want to see that you become a keen programmer on Java also. What I want to pointed to you is, the best way to learn is by yourself. Read some materials and practice them. In that way you can learn a lot than asking questions in a forum. When you stuck ask any question here, we help you.

    Regarding to your question, explain about database drivers not any easy task. There are lots of thing to have keep in mind. If we misses any point here, you are dead with the next application, not me. Because I know those things, I've practicing them over the years. That's why I send a nice link to you. That's the link I use when I learning Java DB applications.

    Finally, your thoughts on me not good pal. If you think I'm not helping to you I don't mind. I'm hanging on here more than a year or so, and lots of members found my replays are helpful, I think so. It's up to you. But remember I never ask any question form you, how far you are keen on Java.

    Keep in mind that your behavior on others comments is not good too. You may be in not to replay group in most other members, don't worry I'm not like that. But keep in mind that. You may feel this is not the only forum for Java, yes it is there are thousand of forums you can found related to Java. But we are different from them. I don't know how far you feel it.

    And also keep in mind that I'm an Administrator, not the owner of this forum. :)

    Anyway, good luck for the works on Java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwildam View Post
    I did some tests with the H2 (H2 Database Engine) database which also seems to be a very good alternative to HSQLDB and MySQL - I like the idea that I can use it embedded or as a separate server.

    Regarding the JDBC-Question have a look at Wikipedia which gives a short overview: Java Database Connectivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    But I think in H2DB you can do data partitioning, right? So in a large applications, such as data whorehouses and so on it can be a issue. If so, what's the solution they have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pawankumarom View Post
    "because explaining such a massive topic in a forum is not an easy task"

    I read these line and feel . I select wrong forum to learn java.
    Whatever. Database schema design and the integration of a database into Java is a huge topic. It takes years. Just the mapping between a set of objects, which is what Java deals with, and a set of rows, which is what a relational DBMS deals with, is a huge topic, many books and many applications have been written just on the mapping from OO-to-RDMBS.

    Put in some effort and learn, or just keep whining. Your choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishtoprecords View Post
    Database schema design and the integration of a database into Java is a huge topic. It takes years. Just the mapping between a set of objects, which is what Java deals with, and a set of rows, which is what a relational DBMS deals with, is a huge topic, many books and many applications have been written just on the mapping from OO-to-RDMBS.
    I am not sure if it is really such a huge topic to deal with databases. Sure, with years of experience you can do it better and optimize. But I think for some general database related application it is not necessarily a big deal - I don't think that a beginner is starting immediately with a huge project. And a beginner either does not have to use OO-to-RDBMS mapping. Actually I am not convinced about the performance of such approaches although can be less work for the developer when implementing new features. Sure, when dealing directly with the DB then in addition to learn JDBC the beginner has also to learn some SQL. - But it depends: A Java beginner is not necessarily a complete programming beginner. - For instance I am new to java but not new to software development in general and not new to SQL.

    Quote Originally Posted by fishtoprecords View Post
    Put in some effort and learn, or just keep whining. Your choice.
    Of course one should read some java tutorial first and start asking questions after reading a minimum of documentation.

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    But I think in H2DB you can do data partitioning, right? So in a large applications, such as data whorehouses and so on it can be a issue. If so, what's the solution they have.
    What do you mean with data partitioning here? If they could do then it would be an advantage for larger data warehouses, isn't it (see Partition (database) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)?

    I could not find information on that - neither at the H2 homepage nor at wikipedia database comparison (Comparison of relational database management systems - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
    Greetings, Martin Wildam.

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    Can one tell me how to connect java with oracle 10g.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Somitesh Chakraborty View Post
    Can one tell me how to connect java with oracle 10g.......
    First of all don't post your question in another thread since it's not directly related to the question. It can be confused to all other members. You can start your own thread, with explain your question more clearly.

    On your question, there is no specific way to deal with oracle 10g. Basically you have to find how to connect a database into a Java application. Did you try anything? Search on the forum or on Google. You can find lots of examples.

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    i too agree with fishtoprecords
    Last edited by sai; 11-21-2008 at 08:48 PM. Reason: spelling mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by sai View Post
    i too agree with fishtoprecords
    What are you trying to do here? Several times I found that you post the same thing, nothing special. Are you going to spamming the forum, or reach to 20 posts? Please don't do that, may you can get band here in our community.

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    telme the user login source code backend mysql

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramesh126 View Post
    telme the user login source code backend mysql
    This is a forum, not a code bank. And also know one wants to do your homework. Please try to workout something first and ask your question more clearly if you have stuck on something.

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