Help !!how to store .au files using java

Posted on 2003-11-03
Last Modified: 2010-03-31

hi i have this application that i wrote in which i want it to (add,search,delete,paly,stop) a .au or .wav file into a database,,

i will show you the code i wrote , but this is not the complete application cause it is quite long ,, i will show the important part..
the code includes an add button,paly and stop button and the will add the users info such as (id, name ,phone, address etc) with an .au file (which is the voice of this user ) into the datbase, in which i included a text field called vvoice so the user will enter the path of the .au file, the problem is i don't know how to add the .au file (i don't know the code for it )
i also want to know how to search for it if there was an existing .au file in the database..
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import javax.swing.*;
import javax.swing.table.*;
import java.sql.*;
import javax.swing.JPanel;
import java.applet.*;
import java.text.*;

class VoiceMethods extends JFrame implements ActionListener
private File fileName;
AudioStream voice;
VoiceMethods voice;
Connection conn;
Statement stat;
String dsnName, userStatus;
String appTable = "CUSTOMER";
Container c = getContentPane();
JTextField vid,vname,vaddress,vphone,vsex,vdob,vtemplate,vvoice;
JButton vsearch,vupdate,vclear,vadd,vdelete,vclose,vplay,vstop;
JPanel vbackPanel, vinputPanel, vmiddlePanel, vbuttonPanel1, vbuttonPanel2;
void makeGUI()
c.setLayout(new BorderLayout());
voicePanel= new JPanel(new BorderLayout());
vinputPanel = new JPanel(new GridLayout(4, 4));
vid = new JTextField(20);
vname = new JTextField(20);
vaddress = new JTextField(20);
vphone = new JTextField(20);
vsex = new JTextField(20);
vdob = new JTextField(20);
vtemplate = new JTextField(20);
vvoice= new JTextField(20);

vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("ID", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Name", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Address", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Phone", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Sex", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Date Of Birth", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Template ", JLabel.CENTER));
vinputPanel.add(new JLabel("Voice ", JLabel.CENTER));

voicePanel.add(vinputPanel, BorderLayout.NORTH);

//The buttons section:
vbackPanel = new JPanel();
vmiddlePanel = new JPanel(new BorderLayout());
vbuttonPanel1 = new JPanel();
vbuttonPanel2 = new JPanel();
vsearch = new JButton("SEARCH");
vupdate = new JButton("UPDATE");
vclear = new JButton("CLEAR");
vadd = new JButton("ADD");
vdelete = new JButton("DELETE");
vclose = new JButton("EXIT");
vplay = new JButton("PLAY");
vstop = new JButton("STOP");
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
InputStream in = new FileInputStream(fileName.getPath());
AudioStream as = new AudioStream(in);
voice = as;
voice = as;
catch(IOException ii){}
}//else if
else if(e.getSource()==vstop)

}//else if
else if(e.getSource()==vadd)

//User has not populated all the input fields.

if(vname.getText().equals("")|| vaddress.getText().equals("")|| vphone.getText().equals("")|| vsex.getText().equals("")|| vdob.getText().equals("")|| vtemplate.getText().equals("")|| vvoice.getText().equals(""))
JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Please fill in all the fields","Missing Fields",JOptionPane.INFORMATION_MESSAGE);
// save the new customer:

//1. take the customer's data:

int vuserId = Integer.parseInt(vid.getText());
String vuserName = vname.getText();
String vuserAddress = vaddress.getText();
String vuserPhone = vphone.getText();
String vuserSex = vsex.getText();
String vuserDateBirth = vdob.getText();
String vuserTemplate = vtemplate.getText();
String vuserVoice=vvoice.getText();

String query = " INSERT INTO voice VALUES('"+vuserId+"', '"+vuserName+"', '"+vuserAddress+"', '"+vuserPhone+"', '"+vuserSex+"', '"+vuserDateBirth+"', '"+vuserTemplate+"', '"+vuserVoice+"') ";

} //try
catch (Exception ev)
System.out.println("Caught exception in update action: " + ev);
} //catch
}//else if

the table in my database is called voice which includes the same fields that i have in my app..(can someone also tell me if the code for the paly and stop button is correct)..


Question by:nawaray82
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For working with the database you should use JDBC.

How you compare two files?  If you want to compare the actual files - well this will take too much time

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