dotws86260
dotws86260
2012-08-15 15:42

解释数据字符串并将其插入Java中正确列位置的JTable中

  • swing
  • java
  • jtable
  • php
  • mysql

I'm concerned about my Java client directly connecting to the MySQL server due to all of the issues that could occur, and the security risks I believe it could pose. Such as someone being able to decompile the file and get the login details for the database. As beautiful as it would be, I'm too scared to take that risk. I've written a PHP script to echo data that the client can interpret. The PHP script is what connects to the MySQL.

It's rather simple: Java->PHP->MySQL

I'm going to provide screenshots of the MySQL structure, so you may better understand when trying to visualize this. enter image description herehttp://i.imgur.com/5EViC.pngenter image description hereenter image description here

id: possibly tid/sid

tid: teacher id, used to link to the teacher

sid: student id, used to link to the student

gid: grade id

aid: assignment id

gp: gained points

pp: possible points

Grading rows are for each assignment per student. So for example if a teacher had 30 students assigned to one assignment, there would be 30 rows in the grading tab and one in the assignments. Duplicate assignment names are NOT allowed.

When the client is requesting the data, I just use a buffered reader & URL to download the string. This is the example output of when the client receives the assignment names.

Test Assignment;Secondary Test Assignment;

This is what it looks like to the client once the column names are downloaded: enter image description here

As you can see the first two columns are there by default, the last two are assignment names.

I want each row in the table to be a student. However, here is where my trouble comes in. I'm trying to receive the proper data from grading. I don't know how I'm going to do this. I have about 3 months experience with Java, so you could definitely call me a newbie.

Here is my idea, but I didn't think it was so great of an idea: Search through all of the column names and insert the value into the proper column in that row where assignment name matches.

I didn't know how difficult that would be. I'm guessing the nice people who developed swing built something in for that, but I can't find any resources.

Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do in this situation? I feel lost.

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