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In this tutorial, you create a Rich UI application so that the user can access rows in a database.
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In this tutorial, you create a Rich UI application so that the user can access rows in a database.  
  
=== <br>'''Learning objectives''' ===
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=== <br>'''Learning objectives''' ===
  
In this tutorial, you will complete these tasks:
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In this tutorial, you will complete these tasks:  
  
*Plan the application and design the interface.
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*Plan the application and design the interface.  
*Create a Derby database.
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*Create a Derby database.  
*Write a data-access service that interacts with the database tables.
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*Write a data-access service that interacts with the database tables.  
*Create a web application that accesses the service, displays the retrieved data, and processes the user's updates.
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*Create a web application that accesses the service, displays the retrieved data, and processes the user's updates.  
*Install and configure the Apache Tomcat web server.
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*Install and configure the Apache Tomcat web server.  
 
*Deploy the web application and service.
 
*Deploy the web application and service.
  
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=== '''Time required''' ===
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=== '''Time required''' ===
  
About 3 hours<br><br>
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About 3 hours<br><br>[[wiki.eclipse.org/EDT:Tutorial:_Access_a_database_with_EGL_Rich_UI_Lesson_1|Next - Lesson 1: Plan the application]]
  
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Revision as of 15:01, 24 October 2011

In this tutorial, you create a Rich UI application so that the user can access rows in a database.


Learning objectives

In this tutorial, you will complete these tasks:

  • Plan the application and design the interface.
  • Create a Derby database.
  • Write a data-access service that interacts with the database tables.
  • Create a web application that accesses the service, displays the retrieved data, and processes the user's updates.
  • Install and configure the Apache Tomcat web server.
  • Deploy the web application and service.


Time required

About 3 hours

Next - Lesson 1: Plan the application