Timothy Resh

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Recent posts by Timothy Resh

Hello all. I am new to java ( 1 year of servlet programming). I am having problems remberering different basic language constructs. Does any one know how or where I can get the basic langauge javadoc so when I hit help in my ide (intellij) I can get the help on parts like the for loop static finally try etc... part of the language. I have the api javadocs installed on my ide, I just need some kind of quick reference for the base language.
Thanks
17 years ago
That makes sense. Is their a way to index the objects or do I use an array list of objects and just search through the array via a for statement? Do you know of any database to object mappers that are any good? I assume we are talking jdo here.
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Hello all, I'm new to java. Here is my problem. I have a servlet which retrieves data from a database (multi row data retrieved per select)and puts the data into a hash table via row column map ex.... 1-8=Client account. Where 1 is row and 8 is the column. This works but is not very descriptive unless you know the column number to database field name relationship ( so much for good naming conventions). The question is what other way can I store the data and keep the column name and it's attributes so I can pass it along to other classes. Basically I want a resultset that does not maintain a database connection. Another reason I need this separation is so I can use connection pooling for less overhead and faster connection establishment.
I have looked at a few different ways but I am lost. I need the short version of a dummys guide and a few hints from the vast experience everyone has here.
Thanks