i am developing a banking application in J2SE with MySQL Server as back end

Discussion in 'Java' started by sundar.b.mani, Mar 9, 2006.

  1. the application has a JFrame menu bar with menu items as login,
    customer, and transaction.

    customer has three pop-up menu items namely government, corporate &

    transaction has two pop-up menu items namely deposit check, withdraw

    when i click on login a dialog box should pop-up within the JFrame
    asking for user's id and password, the user can be either a teller,
    manager, sys admin.

    once the authentication ( by validating the user credentials with MySQL
    server bank staff database) is done, a MDI type window pops-up with
    text box for entering the type of customer, text box for organization/
    individual's name, address etc. or enter a new customer info. and store
    it in MySQL database.

    then clcik on transaction and proceed with a similar GUI and conduct
    the transaction and update the database.

    i don't know if JFrame is the way to go or ?

    would help if someone provides some source code.

    regards, Ben
    sundar.b.mani, Mar 9, 2006
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  2. sundar.b.mani

    Rhino Guest

    It sounds to me as if you are using a JFrame exactly as they were intended
    to be used. I've done similar things myself. I can't give you that source
    code but JFrames are not very hard to use. See the Java Tutorial article on
    JFrames for some examples:
    Rhino, Mar 9, 2006
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  3. Thomas Weidenfeller, Mar 10, 2006
  4. sundar.b.mani

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    IchBin, Mar 11, 2006
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