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Later i have the full data for say the third record i.e Name: Gaara Id:1 age:22 address:sand rank:100 Now how do i go and update the original data in the file as name|id|age|address|rank naruto|2|24 vegeta|3|25 gaara|1|22|sand|100 Please help...
This would be a one time operation or load that i would be performing once in a few months.
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I was thinking to do this on the database side but was apprehensive as i have more than 5 million records to work with. That's tiny for a Map, which is the new record for update Sorry, I did not get you. When it comes to updating rows, as you saw, database is definitely much better place to deal with You can do it just row by row raeding rthe rows - calculation the remaning rcolumns and filling them in Actually database and JDBC talke care of the memory issues for you, so it is not that bad as you may think.Nevertheless on Windows systems, if you would like to continue to have both versions, JRE 7 and JRE 8 can be installed on the same computer.OS X users can also have multiple JRE versions available for desktop applications but only one of those versions can be used through the web browser.Oracle started auto-updating Windows 32-bit and OS X, Java Runtime Environment (JRE) users from JRE 7 to JRE 8 in January 20, 2015.The Java auto-update mechanism is designed to keep Java users up-to-date with the latest security fixes.