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Eclipse plugin for database operations

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Hi:

We're creating java programs using Eclipse IDE.

We're pretty new to Eclipse. We're looking for some Eclipse plug in that can provide database operations that are similar to DataGridView or GridView or DetailsView of Visual Studio

For examples, after making a connection to an Access database, we can dump all the content of a table to the plug in widget, etc.

If you've some ideas about this, please help.

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I don't think there is anything directly like datagrid in Visual Studio, at least was popular in Eclipse. Look at these recommendartions here

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/300246/what-are-some-swt-datagrids-tables

or a general java libarary:

http://quicktable.org/

I think in most cases folks just use combination of database jdbc access with JTable
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Hi for_yan:

Thanks a lot for the info.

As you mentioned, " in most cases folks just use combination of database jdbc access with JTable".

Would you help to give us an example of using database jdbc with Jtable to display all the rows of an Access database table?

Thanks a lot,

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look at this exanmple where JTable is connected to MS Access table

http://www.roseindia.net/answers/viewqa/Java-Beginners/18804-JAVA-DATABASE-CONNECTION-WITH-JTABLE.html
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This is another (though similar) example of code for this case (click on the links with code inside)

http://tips4java.wordpress.com/2009/03/12/table-from-database/
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
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you can use Teamprise Plug-in .... its will fullfill ur requirment ..
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Hi for_yan and others:

Thanks so much for your help.

The examples are very helpful

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