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David Freels

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You need to get the InputStream and read the data.
process.getInputStream();
Writing to the outputstream will also allow you to interact with the program.
David
17 years ago
Try placing your simple join condition in the where clause. Also, GROUP BY must include all non-aggregate columns from both tables.
Hope this helps
David
[This message has been edited by David Freels (edited May 10, 2001).]
17 years ago
Try adding your JTable to a JPanel and add the JPanel to the JScrollPane.
17 years ago
Try adding your JTable to a JPanel and add the JPanel to the JScrollPane.
17 years ago
Have you tried boosting the memory used by the VM? Try adding this command line switch -Xmx128m -Xms32m. These are only supported by Sun.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
Try overriding the update method to make a call to paint.
David
17 years ago
Have you looked at the Window class?
David
17 years ago
I would learn AWT first and then proceed to learn Swing.

David
17 years ago
You will have to pay someone to host your Oracle database.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
Yes you must always pay unless you self-sign the applet. This was created for testing so you should play with this. Notice the warning that pops up in the browser window. I created an applet for an intranet, but I used the java plug-in and pushed out a security.policy file to my users so I did not have to sign the applet.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
17 years ago
Here is a very simple example, I leave it up to you to research some the classes:
java.awt.Panel panel = new java.awt.Panel();
java.awt.Graphics g = panel.getGraphics();
g.drawImage(Image, 0, 0, width, height, bgcolor, ImageObserver);
The to 0s represent the x and y coordinates to start with, the width and height tell java how large to paint the Image and the bgcolor is the background color. The ImageObserver can be the applet.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
17 years ago
The jdbc-odbc bridge is good if your target platform is only windows. Also, an odbc driver and DSN must be present and setup on the target machine for this to work.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
Of course, reading a book is nice but nothing replaces experience. Anytime I learn a new API, I try to write a program using the API and maybe discover any gotchas along the way.
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform
17 years ago
Try this site:
http://www.inetsoftware.de
David
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java2 Platform