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Borland® JBuilder™ Developer’s Guide by Jeff Swisher, Saleem Siddiqui, Michael Landy

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In Practice

In our lab exercise, we are going to take our swing application for course maintenance and make it database aware.

We will first remove the existing code for statically retrieving the course description, title, and ID. The architecture of the application requires that the data be passed back as Java collection objects.

Step 1: Opening the Example and Reviewing the Class

In this step, you open the example project and review the source code file.

To open the example project

1.
Select File, Open Project from the JBuilder menu.
2.
Locate the jbbook/ch15/swing/ChalkTalk.jpx and click on OK.
3.
The project opens in the Project pane. The project contains many files. Select the file CommonOperations.java located in the userservices ...

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