In this video, learn how to create a sample database under the Services window. Also learn how to view data and where to write SQL statements to manipulate data.
- [Instructor] Let's turn our attention to see…how we can now manage databases within NetBeans.…Now, the first entry in the Services window in NetBeans,…that is on a fresh installation with no additional plug-ins…installed, is the Databases explorer right over here.…And as you can see, I have the node expanded.…And this allows us to see what databases we have registered…along with the database drivers that are installed…within NetBeans, and any connections that…we have made to the databases.…
NetBeans provides native support…for Java databases and MySQL.…Connections to other databases…can be made by JDBC connections.…If I try to expand the Java Database node,…there is nothing there.…On the Drivers, you can see what we have available.…However, I'd like to go ahead and create a sample database.…And if we right-click on the Java Database,…we can choose Create Sample Database.…
I will call this MySampleDB.…Now, if I wanted to, I can right-click on this line here…for JDBC, where it's pointing to our sample database…
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- Creating templates
- Importing and exporting projects
- Debugging code
- Creating a project
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1. Intro to NetBeans
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3. Managing Services
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