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Store Binder

JDBC Binder selected (See Figure 1).



Figure 3: Configure Store JDBC Binder









Datasource
  • Custom Datasource - setup to connect to an external database, has additional configuration.
  • Default Datasource - connect to the Joget database.

By selecting Default Datasource, the database your Joget is currently using will be selected. (See Figure 3).

Custom JDBC Driver

Custom JDBC Driver. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above. Example: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver

Custom JDBC URL 

Custom JDBC URL. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above. Example: 
jdbc:mysql://localhost:3307/jwdb?characterEncoding=UTF8&useSSL=false

Custom JDBC Username 

Custom JDBC Username. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.

Custom JDBC Password

Custom JDBC Password. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.

Info
titleTest the connection parameters

Click on the "Test Connection" button at the bottom of the page to quickly test out your configurations.

SQL SELECT Query for store binder

The SQL query specific to your database type (MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle, etc.). Use syntax like {field_id} in query to inject submitted form data.

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SELECT
   * 
FROM
   app_fd_table 
WHERE
   id =  {id}

Note: If you use JDBC in a form grid or spreadsheet for load or save binder, be advised the SQL syntax is different from form load or save binder. Kindly download and view the sample app for JDBC in a form grid or spreadsheet.

SQL INSERT Query

Use syntax like curly brackets {field_id} in query to inject submitted form data. 

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INSERT app_fd_table 
       (id, 
        c_name, 
        c_emailaddress) 
VALUES ({id}, 
        {name}, 
        {emailAddress}) 

You can use {uuid} to tell Joget to create a random unique id or a "Universally unique identifier". Example:

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INSERT app_fd_table
       (id,
        c_name,
        c_emailAddress
VALUES ({uuid},
        {name},
        {emailAddress})
SQL UPDATE Query

Use syntax like curly brackets {field_id} in query to inject submitted form data.

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UPDATE app_fd_table 
SET    id = {id}, 
       c_name = {name}, 
       c_emailaddress = {emailAddress}, 
       c_contacttel = {contactTel} 
WHERE  id = {id} 
SQL DELETE Query

SQL statement to delete form data records in Datalist/Grid element. Use syntax like curly brackets {id} in query to inject form data primary key value.

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DELETE
FROM
   app_fd_table 
WHERE
   id = {id}
Handling for field workflow variable?Click the checkbox if you are using workflow variables mapping in your form elements. The JDBC binder will copy the field value to the workflow variable when you submit the form , if the form is mapped to a  process.
Not applicable for to grid elements.

Note: For Joget versions v5 and v6, kindly note that the JDBC load/save binders cannot be used if your form or form grid has file or image attachment field elements or if you are using workflow variables mappings in your form elements. Default to Multirow Form Binder.

Handling for uploaded files?
Form to store uploaded files

Click the checkbox if you are using file or image attachments in your form elements. The JDBC binder will save your file or image attachment into the ".\wflow" folder when you save the form. Select form to store uploaded files only if you are using a form grid or spreadsheet.

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