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Definition

JDBC Form Binder allows you to customize how form data is stored and/or loaded, either from Joget or custom database via user-defined SQL statements.

Note that, as a load binder, you only need to configure the datasource and SELECT query ; as a store binder, you will also need to write SQL for INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.

New Feature

This is a new feature in Joget Workflow v6.

 

Figure 1: JDBC Form Binder Properties

NameDescription
Datasource
  • Custom Datasource
  • Default Datasource

By selecting Default Datasource, the database your Joget is currently using will be selected.

Custom JDBC Driver

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

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

Test the connection parameters

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

SQL SELECT Query
SELECT * FROM app_fd_table WHERE  id = '#requestParam.id#'
 
SQL INSERT Query
Use syntax like curly brackets {field_id} in query to inject submitted form data
 
INSERT app_fd_table 
       (id, 
        c_name, 
        c_emailaddress, 
        c_contacttel) 
VALUES ({id}, 
        {name}, 
        {emailAddress}, 
        {contactTel}) 

 

SQL UPDATE Query
Use syntax like curly brackets {field_id} in query to inject submitted form data
 
UPDATE app_fd_table 
SET    id = {id}, 
       c_name = {name}, 
       c_emailaddress = {emailAddress}, 
       c_contacttel = {contactTel} 
WHERE  id = {id} 

SQL DELETE Query

Used in deleting form data records in Datalist/Grid element. Use syntax like curly brackets {id} in query to inject form data primary key

 

DELETE FROM app_fd_table 
WHERE  id = {id} 


 

Below is a sample app to demonstrate the use of JDBC Load and Save Binder. All the above SQL statements are in this demo app:

APP_jdbc_example.jwa

 

 

 

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