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HTTP-JDBC Proxy and powersoft.db.JDBCTransactrion

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-06-03 11:46:42.0Z
David Lance Wolf Posted on 1997-06-02 21:15:40.0Z
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Does anyone know how to implement the HTTP-JDBC proxy using the
powersoft.db.JDBCTransaciton class from PowerJ? I can do JAVA
applications fine, but of course I cant open sockets in the applet
except to the web server. Does anyone know if JDBCTransaction class
supports the proxy, or if I have to use the standard JDBC classes?

Dave Wolf


Eric Giguere Posted on 1997-06-03 11:46:42.0Z
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David Lance Wolf <dwolf@eos.hitc.com> wrote in article
<339337FC.24CB@eos.hitc.com>...
> Does anyone know how to implement the HTTP-JDBC proxy using the
> powersoft.db.JDBCTransaciton class from PowerJ? I can do JAVA
> applications fine, but of course I cant open sockets in the applet
> except to the web server. Does anyone know if JDBCTransaction class
> supports the proxy, or if I have to use the standard JDBC classes?

You'll probably have to wait for a later version of PowerJ so that you can
set the connection properties.
--
Eric Giguere / Software Engineer / Powersoft Languages Divison
giguere@watcom.com -- it's French, in English "jeeg-air"!