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Hi Guys,

How can I make a JSP page view or update the recordset if there is any in the DB, or allow the user to insert a new recordset?

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Hi,

Yes you can obviously do. You can do some JDBC coding in JSP itself by scriptlets or adopt a design pattern like MVC and put the JDBC code in your model part.
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can you help me and give me some code or links that explains inserting JDBC code in JSP, to make the page update/insert recordset?

Thanx,
 
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Putting code, especially database code, on a JSP is not considered a very good practice. It's a much better idea to factor such code into model classes as Bimal indicated.
 
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Hi,

That is the same way as you access a DB from JDBC from a stand alone class. 1. Load the drivers, 2. Aquire a connection object, 3. Get a simple/prepared statement object and 4. execute your sql update/insert by executeUpdate() method. But you should do this in the model layer rather then the view/presentation one.
 
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Originally posted by Bashar Ayyash:
can you help me and give me some code or links that explains inserting JDBC code in JSP, to make the page update/insert recordset?

Thanx,



I would start out with a few Google searches on JDBC Tutorial.
There are quite a few out there so you should be able to find one that suits your taste pretty easily.
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There is also a JDBC forum on this list.

As always, I recommend getting your database calls working in a simple, standalone Java class from the command line. Once you've done that, you can easily call that class from your JSP.
 
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