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I don't know java well but take a look to these websites.These sites are full of java source and you can get your answer easily there:
www.java2s.com/ www.sun.com/software/opensource/java/ www.planet-source-code.com/ www.freejavaguide.com/javasource.htm www.javadb.com/ Good luck
Dear friend these websites are full of java source I hope they could help you:
www.java2s.com/ www.sun.com/software/opensource/java/ www.planet-source-code.com/ www.freejavaguide.com/javasource.htm Good luck
An online shop cannot be built on Java alone. It needs a database on a server somewhere and an online shop systemwritten in a language like php. You could try OSCommerce which is a free, open source online shop system that would need to be installed on a webserver. This is quite a technical job to do and many companies charge upto £1000 to do this.
1and1 offer a fully hosted online shop system starting at £4.99 per month.