jagruti patil

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I have made a program where I want the date(ddmmyy), which I enter should be added in the same format as I give. I mean I want that date to be stored in the database(MS Access). What I have come to a conclusion is - Java is not Y2K complie. I tried a small program where I had jdk1.3 installed. The program just showed me the output in 19## form.It didnt take the 2000 number. It just added 1900 with the number I entered.
If anyone knows anything related to my query pl. reply.
18 years ago
I have made a project on Inventory Control System.
I have given two options ie an inward listing & issued listing.Whenever I make an entry in the inward list it gets added in the database but incase of similar entry the change in the quantity of the item should be at the same place where the earlier entry was made.
Similarly, when I issue or take any item from the database there should be deduction of the quantity in the database.Also if the same item is being taken out the change should be at the earlier place only.
Can someone please solve this problem for me? Thanks.

jagruti
I have made a project on Inventory Control System.
I have given two options ie an inward listing & issued listing.Whenever I make an entry in the inward list it gets added in the database but incase of similar entry the change in the quantity of the item should be at the same place where the earlier entry was made.
Similarly, when I issue or take any item from the database there should be deduction of the quantity in the database.Also if the same item is being taken out the change should be at the earlier place only.
Can someone please solve this problem for me? Thanks.

jagruti
18 years ago
I have created an inventory control system where I have given a list option. This option when clicked gives me the details of the items in the database.Now when I click on one particular item it should show me the details of that particular item only but in my program whenever I click on any of the item it shows me the details of the last item only.
Your guidance would be of great help.
Jagruti
I have created an inventory control system where I have given a list option. This option when clicked gives me the details of the items in the database.Now when I click on one particular item it should show me the details of that particular item only but in my program whenever I click on any of the item it shows me the details of the last item only.
Your guidance would be of great help.
Jagruti
18 years ago
I m working on a project of inventory control system
I have made my frontend in java & backend in oracle.
I have given a print option.So I want to get a printout of the data which has been entered in the database.
I have done the coding for the print in the below given code.
PrinterJob pjob = PrinterJob.getPrinterJob();
PageFormat pf = pjob.defaultPage();
pjob.setPrintable(new PrintableClass(), pf);
try {
if (pjob.printDialog()) {
pjob.print();
}
} catch (PrinterException e) {
}
PrinterJob pjob = PrinterJob.getPrinterJob();
PageFormat pf = pjob.defaultPage();
try {
if (pjob.printDialog()) {
pjob.print();
}
} catch (PrinterException e) {
}
I hope your help would make my things easier
I m working on a project of inventory control system
I have made my frontend in java & backend in oracle.
I have given a print option.So I want to get a printout of the data which has been entered in the database.
I have done the coding for the print in the below given code.
PrinterJob pjob = PrinterJob.getPrinterJob();
PageFormat pf = pjob.defaultPage();
pjob.setPrintable(new PrintableClass(), pf);
try {
if (pjob.printDialog()) {
pjob.print();
}
} catch (PrinterException e) {
}
PrinterJob pjob = PrinterJob.getPrinterJob();
PageFormat pf = pjob.defaultPage();
try {
if (pjob.printDialog()) {
pjob.print();
}
} catch (PrinterException e) {
}
I hope your help would make my things easier
18 years ago