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Thread: JDBC Conectivity

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    Hai,

    I have created a form with two TextField, one for the Server Address and then one for the Database Name. I want to get these inputs from the user, verify it and then connect to the Database. Can anyone tell me how to do it in Java NetBeans.

    Thanks a lot in advance.


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    Default Re: JDBC Conectivity

    What have you tried? Where are you stuck? Break the problem down and start with one requirement at a time, and ask a specific question about each requirement should you get stuck

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    Default Re: JDBC Conectivity

    1st textfield -> txt_server_address (variable name)
    2nd textfield -> txt_DB_name (variable name)

    if we think there is a button called Submit,
    simply ,you double click that button in the form and write

    String server_name=txt_server_address.getText();
    String database_name=txt_DB_name.getText();

    Thanks..

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