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Hello Wise Person,

I want to develop a thin swing client with a middle tier that in turn interacts with a database (master detail, insert/update/delete).....

Does anyone have some fairly simple, bite site, "hello world" examples that demonstrate a swing client/middle tier/DB?

How does the client talk to the middle tier? via xml, jdbc, etc???

Would you use EJB's, how?

If the client pulls a dataset, and displays it for update, BUT then the database updates the row that the client has (say via another client), how do you handle this?

Thanks,
Keith
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Thanks, but you guys pretty much gave me the individual components  -I need see how it is pulled altogether --I need a simple,  working example of a swing client, middle tier (servlet that is accessed via rmi/xml???), which in turn interacts with a database....

There has got to be a  complete start to finish example how to create a simple 3 tier database application!?!?!?!?

Keith
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Its against EE rules to post full code just like that. Moreover, what you're asking for would need long code because you want to see the whole stuff. Try these (lots of examples):

http://java.sun.com/developer/technicalArticles/ebeans/EJB20CMP/

http://dev2dev.bea.com/codelibrary/code/examples_ejb20.jsp

http://www.weblogic.com/docs51/examples/ejb/Package-examples.ejb.html

http://www.openejb.org/hello-world.html
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Horse hockey....It is against EE rules to provide URL's of websites that have a working example/code of a swing client  in three tiers?!?!?!?!?!?

anyways, I found some answers....

http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/Swing2/
http://javaboutique.internet.com/tutorials/Axis2/index.html
http://www.bs-factory.org/index.shtml
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>> ....It is against EE rules to provide URL's of websites that have a working example/code of a swing client  in three tiers?!?!?!?!?!?

I didn't say that. I said its against rules to post full code, but of course, we can post URLs/ links to it, which is what I've done in my posts.
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no... You didn't provide me what I ask....

This is more what I was asking for :

http://docs.sun.com/source/817-5554/2_intro.html#pgfId-1003628
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I thought those links had complete code samples. That's what I could see on them. If you needed anything more, then I'm not sure..
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