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-Any number of user lines can be entered!+Any number of ''​user'' ​lines can be entered!
  
 Now the login to the application works perfectly. However, to fulfill our task, we still need the possibility to display or edit a database table. We will now turn to this part of the task. Now the login to the application works perfectly. However, to fulfill our task, we still need the possibility to display or edit a database table. We will now turn to this part of the task.
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-|doOpenDBEdit|The method can easily throw a  Throwable. All application errors are caught by the application and shown in an information dialogue.|+|doOpenDBEdit|The method can easily throw a ''​Throwable''​. All application errors are caught by the application and shown in an information dialogue.|
 |configureFrame|This method is provided by the super class and ensures that all frames have a similar look. This also includes the menu icon.| |configureFrame|This method is provided by the super class and ensures that all frames have a similar look. This also includes the menu icon.|
  
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-|The class represents the lifecycle object for the DBEditFrame work screen. The objects can only be accessed via the SubConnection of the work screen. \\ \\ Thanks to the inheritance of ''​apps.firstapp.Session''​ it is very easy to access all Session and Application objects.|+|The class represents the lifecycle object for the ''​DBEditFrame'' ​work screen. The objects can only be accessed via the SubConnection of the work screen. \\ \\ Thanks to the inheritance of ''​apps.firstapp.Session''​ it is very easy to access all ''​Session'' ​and ''​Application'' ​objects.|
  
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