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    Default storing data using form

    Hello everybody,

    I am new to java programming.

    Actually I have designed a form in which I have 5 fields & a submit and add button.
    My requirement is that I need to save 100 data in database, but at a time I can enter only 1 set of data. And as it is not nice to make connection with database each time i.e 100 time.
    I need that each time i enter data it should be stored some where and finally submit into database together.

    Any kind of help shall be appreciated.
    Thanks.


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    Default Re: storing data using form

    I don't get how 5 snowballs into 100, but if it is the same table just separate the entries by a comma (most databases I know will allow this sort of entry). If on the otherhand, they are all different tables, I'd first re-evaluate the database design then if there must be that many queries and you are worried it will slow down the client, use something like a message driven bean for asynchronous processing and do your entries in a transaction.

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