In addition to importing & exporting xlsx files, with Keikai you can populate data from database and save it back.
In the Budget Summary Application Demo of tutorial project, we demonstrated a simple idea to work with a database. Keikai allows you to use any preferred database, but you need to implement a persistence layer to communicate with your database by yourself. Then retrieve or save data via the persistence layer.
Take Budget Summary Application Demo as an example, there are several classes:
AppServlet: Works as a controller, handles HTTP requests. It calls
MyAppto achieve business function.
MyApp: Service layer. Implements application logic with Keikai Java client API. It relies on
SampleDataDaoto communicate (query/save) with the database.
SampleDataDao: Persistence layer. Connects to a HSQL database with JDBC. This DAO (Data Access Object) class is responsible for query and save expense data into the database.
From this simple architecture, it is pretty clear that communicating with a database is independent of Keikai Java client. Therefore, you can implement the database connection in your preferred way.