RmiJdbc/Inprise JBuilder Demo Application

JBuilder is a Java development environment, from Inprise Corporation (ex Borland).

The RmiJdbc demo application for Inprise JBuilder is a JBuilder project.

It illustrates the connection to Interbase and/or Microsoft Access databases, in both local (using the JDBC/ODBC Bridge) and client/server (using RmiJdbc and the JDBC/ODBC Bridge) modes.

To download and install the demo:

Setup & Run instructions follow (extracted from the "Project Notes" html file included in the rjdemo JBuilder project).

Important notice: UNDER DEVELOPMENT!

RmiJdbc / JBuilder integration is in progress, still under development.
The following example is an alpha version, subject to changes.
Report bugs by e-mail!

THE TEST HAS BEEN RUN ON WINDOWS NT 4.0 WORKSTATION WITH INPRISE JBUILDER CLIENT/SERVER, INTERBASE AND MICROSOFT ACCESS.


Setup & Run instructions...

Install and start RmiJdbc

Setup the ODBC datasource

Interbase Microsoft Access

Run the example

Note:
By default, the example uses Interbase. If you want to use Microsoft Access, you must change the JDBC URL in the Java code: change "rjdemo_interbase" to "rjdemo_access" everywhere you find it (and update user&password info).

Click in "Local DB Access" card or in "RmiJdbc DB Access" to query the database locally or through RmiJdbc

Note: the example WON'T RUN if RmiJdbc.RJJdbcServer is not properly launched !!
You can stop RmiJdbc.RJJdbcServer then start the application to see what happens (an exception is raised and only the local data are available), then exit the application, restart RmiJdbc.RJJdbcServer and restart the application (it should work fine again).