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  [   File to Array Converter  ][ File to Array Converter ]Java (JDK 1.2)Advanced /
Michael Margold
28167 since
4/1/2004 2:45:03 PM

By 3 Users
2 Excellent Ratings
       It is very nice to build programs without dependence on picture or sound external files!!! Here is the solution! This converter converts a choosen file to Java byte array that may be used by createImage method (for example).Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A ( part11 ) Powerful EJB 3.0 , Struts, Web Services code on JBoss ASA ( part11 ) Powerful EJB 3.0 , Struts, Web Services code on JBoss ASJava (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Beginner /
James Smith K
15999 since
12/11/2007 11:51:57 AM

By 3 Users

       To make programming more easier and understandable for developers using EJB 3.0 on JBoss App server and Struts on some Web server like TomcatClick here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A ( part4 ) Simplified Swing & JDBC Code for Adding, Modifying and Deleting RecordsA ( part4 ) Simplified Swing & JDBC Code for Adding, Modifying and Deleting RecordsJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2)Beginner /
James Smith K
62707 since
12/10/2002 5:43:54 AM

By 21 Users
15 Excellent Ratings
       This code shows how to add, delete and modify records using Java Swing GUI and JDBC, its more simple than my previous version of part1, as I got suggestions by many programmers to simplify this code to do minimum requirement necessary for a new java progr ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
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  A (Part-1) - Server Side Complete ProjectA (Part-1) - Server Side Complete ProjectJava (JDK 1.4)Advanced /
Franklin Bourgia Singh R
12778 since
4/8/2009 9:37:04 PM

By 2 Users

       This is a server side project. This may help you to develop a very big high level server projects.
 
 
  A (Part-1) - Server Side Complete Project and Deploying tutorialsA (Part-1) - Server Side Complete Project and Deploying tutorialsJava (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4), Java (JDK 1.5)Intermediate /
Franklin Bourgia Singh R
11742 since
4/8/2009 9:37:35 PM

By 2 Users

       Complete steps and project for developing a server project and procedure to deploy and execute the project. This article/tutorial with code will make you to develop your own web projects. For more details and more tutorials and more projects for EJB, BMP, ...(description truncated)
 
 
  A (part11) Oracle with Java using J2EE ArchitectureA (part11) Oracle with Java using J2EE ArchitectureJava (JDK 1.1), Java (JDK 1.2)Beginner /
James Smith K
27765 since
12/5/2003 3:12:05 AM

By 7 Users
4 Excellent Ratings
       This had always been the most Complicated Subject to Handle Beacuse of Improper and Bad Documentations available over the net and Books u read , Thats one of the Reasons i delayed in writing in This Article and Most of the books never seem to answer your ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  a 3 tier applicationa 3 tier applicationJava (JDK 1.4)Beginner /
Kazim Sardar Mehdi
14022 since
10/15/2004 3:51:18 AM

By 3 Users

       this is a 3 tier application in which client send the parameters to search a query then middle server create query send it to the data server and data server process the query and return the result to middle server and middle server return the result to t ...(description truncated)
 
 
  A A Basic Linked List IIA A Basic Linked List IIJava (JDK 1.3)Beginner /
Ronald Holland
9635 since
9/6/2005 2:50:37 AM
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       This is the second installment of the introduction to Linked Lists. This is the second of a set of tutorials that will build on the preceding tutorial. The end result is a Car Parts application that uses a Linked List and random access to create and maint ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A basic Client Server applicationA basic Client Server applicationJava (JDK 1.2), Java (JDK 1.3), Java (JDK 1.4)Beginner /
Ronald Holland
37764 since
5/29/2009 11:07:25 AM

By 11 Users
7 Excellent Ratings
       Updated 5/29/09. This example shows you how to build a basic client/server application. This example sends a message from the Client to the Server and the Server acknowledges the receipt of the message. The source and a tutorial are included.Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 
 
  A basic Client Server application IIA basic Client Server application IIJava (JDK 1.2)Beginner /
Ronald Holland
20766 since
7/15/2006 9:51:56 AM

By 4 Users

       Updated 7/13/06. This version II example shows you how to build a basic client/server address application. The client sends a last name to the server and the server responds. Address infomation is stored in a 2x2 array in the form of records. The source a ...(description truncated)Click here to see a screenshot of this code!(ScreenShot)
 


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