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Lucas Azzhar
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hey, are u good? I do wanna know about.. how many db files do I need to have right in the exam? I downloaded my assignment today and I'm needing your help.. I'm not a veryyyy experienced with j2se.. 'cause I worked during all my life with jme.. so, this list will be very worthwhile to me!
Thank you!

Lucas
 
Tom Nicki
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hey, are u good? I do wanna know about.. how many db files do I need to have right in the exam?


I am good but I do not really understand the question.
(English is not my native language)
I have only one db file in my assignment which I should use for testing and sending back (in original I guess). So one is enough.

Tom
 
Barry Gaunt
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Hi Lucas,
the .db file is the "database" you have to work with. You have to read from it and write to it. You must keep the original copy of the .db file to submit with your application so be sure to keep backups. You, as a potential certified Java developer, have to figure out with the aid of the given documentation how to read that file. Do not expect the file to contain only ASCII bytes of data, there is binary data too. You have to select the best Java IO class or classes for your needs. If you do not know how to do that I would suggest looking back through this forum for topics similar to yours and/or reading a tutorial on Java I/O.

For the benefit of your potential helpers please cut the "streettalk" and write in reasonable english.
Thanks
-Barry
[ June 30, 2006: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
 
Barry Gaunt
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Here's a clue to get you started: topic on db from the past
 
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