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JBuilder 4 vs JBuilder 3
I mainly use JBuilder 3 for my Java development (mainly servlets and applets). In order to take advantage of the newer Java technologies, I realize I will have to move to JBuilder 4 (or a competing product). We have some people using JBuilder 3.5 and it is a buggy, resource-hogging disaster (much worse than 3...), so I was wondering what other people's thoughts were on moving to 4. , I have played around a bit in 4 and noticed a few minor annoyances (the scroll button doesn't work for one!). Anything else you can warn me about?
Posted to MB Topic: JBuilder « Java Board
18 years ago

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PdxJDBC driver & how to get column names
Anyone know anything about a PdxJDBC driver beyond version 1.0? I am writing a Java app to connect to a Paradox database and pull ALL of the data out. I can connect to the DB with no problem, I can get the table names using the getTables() method in the DatabaseMetaData interface, but when I get to the getColumns() method I found out it is not supported in version 1.0 of the driver. Is there another way to get the column names (field names in Pardox-ese)? Is there a way to do it with straight SQL? Like SELECT all_column_names FROM table_name? Any ideas? Any news on a driver that would support the getColumns() method?, , Thanks, Chris
Posted to MB Topic: J2EE « Java Board
18 years ago

cklondon
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Re: PdxJDBC driver & how to get column names
I know this is a little late, and a little hoaky in practice, but have you tried the JDBC-ODBC bridge drivers? This will work with any ODBC supporting platform... I the bridge drivers to connect to a Paradox database recently when I was testing it for an app that used Access (I already had a populated Paradox database at home and no Access one). All the resultsets and metadata seemed to work fine for me, it might be worth a shot., It does require the extra step of setting up an ODBC data source on your PC, but that is relatively simple.
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18 years ago
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Re: JBuilder 4 vs JBuilder 3
Thanks for the info. I wasn't aware the mousewheel problem was an inate Java problem, I thought it was poor implementations... Oops! Since I rarely use swing components, I never gave it much thought.. Of course, 1.4 is a long way off, we are still using 1.2.2_008 right now, though hoping to move to 1.3 soon, just worried about some deprecations..., , All our development machines at work are minimum P3 600 and 256 MB RAM, although I agree, with today's RAM pricing, it is a good time to start expanding (my home P3 450 has 384 MB RAM and growing!), , And thanks for the insights on JBuilder 5. I will probably try it at home!
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18 years ago
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Best bang for buck Oracle Book
Looking for advice on a good Oracle book to cover system administration (as well as setup, design, backup and recovery, exporting, etc) and programming tips (mainly in Java and PL/SQL, although others would be fine as well). I have Oracle Personal Server 8 running with a small test database I created, along with Oracle Forms and Reports 6 with some simple forms and reports accessing it, so I have the tools to play with, I just want some 'direction' with which to improve my skills., , I have some database design experience, as well as Oracle Forms and Reports experience. I also work in Java, so I'm not looking for a beginner's book, Intermediate to Advanced would be best. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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18 years ago
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Re: Flow Charting
Try doing a search at Amazon.com for 'Systems Analysis and Design'. I had 950 matches when I did that query under 'Books'.
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