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Tutorial: Using Project Builder Cocoa-Java with Adaptive Server Anywhere 9.0.1 on Mac OS X

Overview

This tutorial walks you through the creation of a simple Cocoa application with Project Builder on Mac OS X. The application queries the Contact table of the Adaptive Server Anywhere 9 sample database (asademo.db). It provides the ability to move through the contact table with a bi-directional cursor and save changes to Street and ZIP data.

The tutorial does not teach JDBC or Java programming. There are many resources available on the web to assist you with these topics. Instead, it assists you in building a Project Builder Cocoa Java project by putting together the required components within the IDE.

This tutorial is divided into two sections: one for using the iAnywhere JDBC driver, and one for using jConnect. In each section, instructions are provided for two versions of this tutorial: a quick start version that allows you to run the project right away, and a step-by-step version that takes you through the steps for creating a new Cocoa project.

Requirements

  • SQL Anywhere Studio 9.0.1 for Mac OS X, or later
  • Mac OS X 10.3, or later
  • Project Builder version 2.1
  • OpenLink Driver Manager or iODBC Driver Manager (only required if using the iAnywhere JDBC driver)

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Contents


Overview
    Requirements
    Choosing a JDBC driver

Building a Cocoa Project that Uses the iAnywhere JDBC Driver
    Creating an ODBC data source
    iAnywhere JDBC driver quick start

Tutorial: Building a Cocoa Project that Uses the iAnywhere JDBC Driver
    Creating a new project
    Adding classes to the project
    Adding resources to the project
    Configuring the target
    Building and running the project

Tutorial: Building a Cocoa Project that uses jConnect
    jConnect quick start
    Building a Cocoa project that uses jConnect

Legal Notice
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