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You are required to write a program in java that will have three classes i.e. Person, Student and Driver.

 

1.  Person will be the super / parent class and it will have four data members i.e. CNIC, Name, Date of Birth and Address. Person class will have a parameterized constructor (that will initialize all the data members with the given values) along with getters and setters for each data member that will get and set the values of data members of the class.

 

2.  Student will be the child class and it will be inherited from Person class. It will have three data members i.e. Student ID, Study Program and Email. Student class will also have a parameterized constructor (that will initialize all the data members with the given values), getters and setters for each data member (that will get and set the values of data members of the class).

 

3. In Driver class, you’ll design a graphical user interface (GUI) that will have various text fields (like CNIC, Name, Date of Birth, Address, Student ID, Study Program and Email) and two buttons i.e. “Save Record” and “Retrieve Record”. 

 

When user clicks “Save Record” button then take all the values entered by user in text fields and initialize an object of Student class with these values. Now, pass this object to “saveRecord” method and store all these values in MS ACCESS database (the name of database must be same as your own VU ID i.e. BC00000000.accdb).

 

And, when user clicks on “Retrieve Record” button then ask user to enter Student ID or CNIC (using JOptionPane.showInputDialog). Now, search this ID/CNIC in the database. If this ID/CNIC exists in database then display all information against this ID/CNIC (by using JOptionPane.showMessageDialog). Otherwise, show message that no such record exists in database against this ID/CNIC.

  

You also have to handle exceptions properly in your program.

 

 

After completing your code, execute your java file(s) on command prompt and enter students’ records to store them in database (the name of database must be same as your own VU ID i.e. BC00000000.accdb). You must have to provide your own information while entering first student’s record otherwise marks will be deducted accordingly. Your database must contain at least one record (containing your own information i.e. your name, id, study program and etc.). Now, compress your java file(s) and database file using winzip or winrar and upload it on VULMS.

 

 

 

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sir is me kya error ha plz check 

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aap nay jdk 10.1 kia hoa hai original jdk 1.8 download kren orackle ki website say pahlay wala jdk uninstall kren r phir new path dain set ho jai ga error

errorjava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: net.ucanaccess.jdbc.UcanaccessDriver

Facing this error on running the code

driver.java ma database ka path sahi nahi dia hoa aap nay uc ko solve kren first

Driver.java:6: error: cannot find symbol
import java.util.concurrent.Flow;
^
symbol: class Flow
location: package java.util.concurrent

i am facing same issue

ali bhai plz mjy bhi assignment mere data k sath bna k send kr de plz bcuz mere pass software nhi h

mc170202186@gmail.com

asad.rafiq42@hotmail.com

mc170202186

Asad Rafique

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MIT

12-04-1994

aoa ali bhai aj pota din hm ny is assignment py lgaia. pehly run kia to problem day raha phr path set kia , run to ho rha hy but ab database m jo data dalty hn wo database m show nh ho rha. kindly help kr dn...

ye m ny screenshort lia Error.jpgError%202.jpg

ye problm a rha hyError.jpgError.jpg

errorjava.lang.ClassNotFoundException: net.ucanaccess.jdbc.UcanaccessDriver

Moving the JDBC ODBC bridge from Java 7 to Java 8

The JDBC ODBC bridge that we were used to in Java, 5, 6, and 7 is no longer supported in Java 8.

This means that when you upgrade to Java 8 and try to connect to your MS Access database (or other databases that require an ODBC driver instead of a JDBC driver) you will get the following error:

'java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver'

Happily, there is a very easy way to move the JDBC ODBC bridge from your Java 7 installation into your new Java 8 installation.

1) Place the attached jar file in the folder called java/jre8/lib/ext

2) Then go to your java 7 installation and copy the file called jdbcOdbc.dll from the java/jre7/bin folder and put it in the java/jre8/bin folder

Obviously make sure not to mix up architectures (32-bit/64-bit)

https://community.yellowfinbi.com/knowledge-base/article/moving-the...

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