Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Java, MySQL and iReports (ST II Assignment)

For our ST II subject at SLIIT in the 1st semester of the 2nd year, we had to develop an application using Java, MySQL and iReports. I used NetBeans as the IDE for the development. Using the application, the user can insert, update and delete and view records in the database. The application is for adding employees, adding projects and assigning employees to the projects. The application also generates two iReports to view details of projects.

This is the initial form of the application. 

Some other forms are shown below. 

The database schema is attached in the project. First create the database with tables in MySQL server. You will have to change the database connection parameters in the project according to your server details. 

-Tharindu Edirisinghe-
-SLIIT 10'-


Gaiz said...

hyy grt wrk bro...!!
thank you...
u r a modest genius...!
olda bst 4 ur futre stuffzz..!! :)

Tharindu Edirisinghe said...

"Modest Genius" lol
Thanks for the comment :D

Anonymous said...

Hey this is a great work and thanks for sharing.. btw i've installed MySql according to ur may post and im done upto command line client. thereafter i have no idea how create database and connect with netbeans. could u please add some additional info regarding that..


Tharindu Edirisinghe said...

Thanks for showing interest.. I'll write that soon

Anonymous said...

Hope u'll write it within few dayz.. :) we have to submit the assignment on 17th april.. :(

Tharindu Edirisinghe said...

Check my latest post. Hope that's what you wanted.

Anonymous said...

Hey bro.. i went through ur source code and found out some classes in Data package such as Employye etc. This may be a silly question.. I really dont understand why u have created them and i couldn't find out where u have used them.. could u please explain this..

Tharindu Edirisinghe said...

No.. thanks for the comment. I created those classes in order to generate the java doc. I wanted to use objects of those classes in order to handle data sharing, but due to lack of time, I had to directly insert data from UI to database instead of sending them through objects.

Hope you understand... :)
Regards !!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah.. I was wondering.. Thanks for ur quick response..

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