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    Re: select count(*)

    Your problem seems to occur at this point:
    "SELECT COUNT(NAME) AS N1 FROM USERS"

    You can perform your functionality as follow:
    Statement st = con.createStatement(); // con is reference of type...
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    Re: Importance of interfaces

    Using interfaces you can control a set of classes only if these classes implement the corresponding interfaces.And your method can take a parameter of interface type,then the method will be able to...
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    Re: conversions and excel

    JExcelApi can resolve you problem. You can read the tutorial.html, there is a simple case about dates conversions
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    Re: About META-INF directory?

    Usually,existing a MANIFEST.MF file inside the META-INF folder. In this file, you can remark your project information such as :version and .jar refered to. If you package your ejb project, you must...
  5. Thread: ejb look up

    by kitboy99
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    Re: ejb look up

    Maybe your ejb app was not deployed properly. You can try to package you ejb project to a .jar file. Then deploy the .jar file to the container. Test, using your case again.If ok, then put the .jar...
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    Re: Hibernate Concepts

    Hibernate is a persistance level framework which takes the concept of object-oriented rather than procedure-oriented(such as the common SQL). You own the knowledge about OO,I believe that it's very...
  7. Re: "illegal modifier for parameter sum; only final is permitted

    The key words private, protected, and public can limit methods, member variables of the class. But they can't limit the local
    variables of the method. Both of the variables in main are local...
  8. Thread: Java and XML

    by kitboy99
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    Re: Java and XML

    String Xml="<book>harrypotter</book>";
    Document dom = DocumentHelper.parseText(Xml);
    Node node=dom.selectSingleNode("//book"); //navigate the xml structure by Xpath,"//" means throuth...
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    hellow every one

    hellow every one
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