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lee xinyuan.
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Hi,guys,I'm not sure whether the proper post here,but I think it's a good software and maybe someone is willing to look at.

In some cases, data must be stored in the file system, rather than in a database. That requires handling file-based data computing manually. Since Java lacks the related class library, you have to hardcode the structured file computing, resulting in complicated and unreadable code. Many are asking on the internet about the Java class library for file computing. Some of their problems are:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/561180/java/java/read-text-file-perform-operation
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9614112/how-to-sort-and-arrange-a-text-file-in-java-to-group-lines
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26418282/get-text-file-through-sql-java
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/I-would-like-desing-DAO-70526.S.5927393719350235139?trk=groups_search_item_list-0-b-ttl&goback=%2Egna_70526
https://plus.google.com/112275790033275716955/posts/4p75NJYzMcv
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/28969897/file-based-datastructure-for-java

Yet, you can make up for this deficiency with esProc for free. esProc encapsulates plenty of functions for processing structured files and provides the JDBC interface. A Java application will treat an esProc script as a database stored procedure, execute it after passing parameter and get the result set via JDBC.

the mor detail :http://blog.raqsoft.com/?p=4066 .
 
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