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Java & MYSql query

 
Deyna Cegielski
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just a quick question regarding java and its capabilities with MYSql as i havent had much experience on it (gota book coming this week)

im building a employee database application (database in MYSql, interface in Java obviously) which will allow the user to browse through and perform some functions on the database. the GUI will display all the the information in a record in the database, and there will be some database controls to move through the records (first,back,forward,last) which are likely to be buttons.

my way of thinking is that i need an employee class so that when an employee is created, and employee object is created and this is used to populate an entry in the database. is my way of thinking correct? or am i way off mark...

any guidance would be much appreciated. thanks
 
Maximilian Xavier Stocker
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This question doesn't really have anything to do with MySQL and not much with JDBC directly either. You really wanted to ask this question in another forum like this Object Relational Mapping or perhaps this one OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring
 
Deyna Cegielski
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thanks, i will repost it under a different section!
 
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