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Need a MySql class template

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I am looking for at template class that connects to a sql server and can get, store and update the database. Is there a template anyone know off?
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by:CEHJ
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See the following and linked examples

http://www.exampledepot.com/egs/java.sql/ConnectMySql.html
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by:ksivananth
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there are frameworks, try hibernate/ibatis!
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commons dbutils has great helper methods

http://commons.apache.org/dbutils/

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by:Mickeys
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well the first link was how to connect to a sql server. But what about reading, writing an update?

The other two....how does that work? I have to include some new package or what?
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dbutils provides utility methods that can take some of the repetitiveness out of jdbc coding.
there isn't really a template than you can use, not any that are worth using anyway. Most end up making your code more complicated than it needs to be.
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might be a stupied question but when I download the package I get commons-dbutils-1.2-src.....shouldnt I get some kind of package.jar??? I cant just add that folder. That will give error
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thats the source distro, theres also a binary distrubution that contains jar


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aha. So all I do is download that package. Take out the xx.jar and add it to my project. Then I use the example code to make it work?
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