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RE: beginner question: Ozone & java.util collections
Thank you very much for the thorough example. I just took a quick look at it
as it's rather late but it looks quite useful.
>Hi, I never got the time to write a full description of how this little app
>works but you can take a look and see for yourself. I am not even sure I
>implemented everything the right way, but it works and it uses the java
>In the attached file there is a gif file with the object model I used.
>The way it works is:
>You add manufacturers and buyers to an object called uploadProject.
>Once you do this you can also add buyers to manufacturers.
>Buyers also have files that are related to them but there is a web
>that handles this using JSP and servlets which I did not include here.
>So play around with it and let me know if you have any questions.
>It is all compiled so you should be able to run it. Follow the install.html
>From: Don Berendsen [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2000 1:23 PM
>Subject: beginner question: Ozone & java.util collections
>Is there an Ozone example available that uses java collections (e.g.
>java.util.TreeSet) rather than the DXLib collections?
>As I understand the documentation all database classes in Ozone must
>implement OzoneCompatible and the remote interface and be postprocessed. I
>understand how to write the remote interface but not how to do the
>Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
>BTW, I'm curious why the DXLib classes were used for Ozone instead of the
>standard Java collections. What's 'nifty' about them that isn't 'nifty'
>about the Java collections?
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