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Installing jConnect on a Web Server

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-05-12 19:06:48.0Z
Daniel Käch Posted on 1997-05-12 07:19:49.0Z
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Hi,

I developed a application with jConnect and now want to provide
this application in our intranet. Since I dont want to make any
client installation I need to put jConnect on the WebServer.
I put the classes directory on the ServerRoot as well as the packages
of my application. In the applet tag I provided the Server Root
in the codebase, but on the client side I always fail to load the
driver.

I tried several ways but I failed to access from the client.
Can anybody tell me the steps to do, to access from the client.

Thanks
Daniel


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-05-12 19:06:48.0Z
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Your applets need to be in the jConnect classes sub-directory.

within your webserver, create an alias such as:

/applets /usr/local/Jconnect/classes

Then place your applets in the classes sub-directory.

This will allow you to do a 0-install client

-lance

Daniel Käch wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I developed a application with jConnect and now want to provide
> this application in our intranet. Since I dont want to make any
> client installation I need to put jConnect on the WebServer.
> I put the classes directory on the ServerRoot as well as the packages
> of my application. In the applet tag I provided the Server Root
> in the codebase, but on the client side I always fail to load the
> driver.
>
> I tried several ways but I failed to access from the client.
> Can anybody tell me the steps to do, to access from the client.
>
> Thanks
> Daniel

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