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JavaFX – Database + Table


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JavaFX + Apache Derby Database + JDBC – I have seen several queries related to this, hence thought of providing a sample application. In order to avoid any back-end database setup, I’m using Embedded Derby which will create database in <UserHome>/JavaFXDatabase/. The Derby jars are hosted as separate JNLP extension – ApacheDerby.jnlp – which is referenced in application jnlp files.

Click “Populate” button to add some dummy data to the Table.


To launch click on above image or

Note: Application may take a little longer to download due to large size of Derby jar files. Application will show two certificate dialogs – One for application and another for Derby Extension. These permissions are required so as to create database in user’s home directory.

Database access code is same as any other java application – DBUtils.java. The table is implemented using Rectangle, Label and Panel Layout. Its not really scalable as its not using any virtual concepts, all nodes are real. The approach can be used for simple applications. Please refer to CustomerTable.fx for more information.

Try it out and let me know feedback..

..and that brings the end of this year’s blogs. It was nice sharing all the information with you.. “See” you next year!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All.. Have Fun!

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  1. December 23, 2009 at 3:18 PM

    Hello Sir Menon!
    I always read your blog! I liked this application.
    In Brazil, people always ask for applications that use database. Can I post this in portuguese, explaining some parts of the code???
    Thanks for this!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

  2. December 23, 2009 at 4:40 PM

    @William Antônio Sure! Please feel free to enhance/translate/share.. If possible provide a link here..

  3. December 29, 2009 at 9:15 PM

    Ah .. most awaiting post :). thanks !

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