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Querying Java 2 dimensional Arrays - The ArraySQL class

 
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The FormattedDataSet is an open source java tool that creates dynamic content including html and xml. It does a great job of separating data and formatting and both are reusable independently. It is also fast and easy to use. See the web site for an explanation, examples and a live demo.

In addition it has several useful utility classes that are useful even if you don't use the FormattedDataSet class mentioned above. This weekened I added a new class called ArraySQL. Below are my release notes from SourceForge.

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The ArraySQL was added to the FormattedDataSet API. ArraySQL allows SQL like synax to be applied to Arrays. This class can be used with the FormattedDataSet or as a standalone utility class. The API also has the ability to convert ResultSet's into 2 dimensional Arrays. This allows you to query ResultSets as the following example shows. See the javadocs at http://www.fdsapi.com for more examples.

 
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