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AH-64 Apache by Bill Gunston

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There is nothing preventing you from reusing this object, instead of creating a new one for each execution. Selecting Data from a Table The most common SQL statement is the SELECT. It gives you the ability to look at the data stored in your tables. In the previous examples, we created and populated the Movie Catalog database. In this example, we are going to look at the data we put in these tables, and we are going to do it with a SELECT statement. 3 contains the source for this example. createStatement(); // Use the created statement to SELECT the DATA // FROM the Titles Table.

Jsp:setProperty name="counter" property="count" param="count" /> In this snippet, we use the standard action to set the value of the count property. We do this by setting the name attribute to the name of the bean we want to reference, the property attribute to the name of the property to be set, and the param attribute to the name of the request parameter we want to set the property to. - 36 - The final two actions we perform show how you can get the current value of a bean's property.

8 shows the Create New Data Source screen. 4. 8: The Create New Data Source screen. Select the Microsoft Access Driver and click the Finish button. You will now be presented with the ODBC Microsoft Access Setup screen. 9 shows this screen. 9: The ODBC Microsoft Access Setup screen. Enter the string "Movie Catalog" as the data source name and click the database Select button. mdb file and click OK. You will now see the ODBC Microsoft Access Setup screen with your changes displayed. Click OK to commit to your changes.

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