Java, Netbeans and Microsoft Access

Someone posted a link to a tutorial on using Java, Netbeans and Microsoft Access – Persistence, Binding, Annotations: an example with NetBeans6.0 and Access.   Undoubtedly 99.9% of my loyal readers won’t care but I thought this was interesting enough.  And to be perfectly honest I don’t have a clue what Netbeans are and not much about Java either.

I did learn something new though.  I never knew you could insert multiple records in one SQL statement.

INSERT INTO `town` (`zip`, `town`) VALUES
(’12340′, ‘Milano’),
(’12341′, ‘Roma’),
(’12342′, ‘Napoli’),
(’12343′, ‘Bari’),
(’12344′, ‘Bologna’);

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