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Remote Procedure Call using JConnect

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-06-04 12:34:57.0Z
alan Posted on 1997-06-04 02:39:15.0Z
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I'm trying to use jConnect in a Java Applet to do the following.

1. Calls a stored procedure in Sybase server on the local host.

2. The stored procedure then calls a remote stored procedure in another
Sybase server.

I couldn't get any results back in the above scenerio. If I do the
same with an Java Application instead of an Applet, it produces-- the
expected results.

Could you tell me if this is a restriction with jConnect.

Thanks
Alan


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-06-04 12:34:57.0Z
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There is no java app vs. applet restriction that would come
into play. Here. You might want to provide a simple
sample app and sprocs to demonstrate your issue.

alan wrote:
>
> I'm trying to use jConnect in a Java Applet to do the following.
>
> 1. Calls a stored procedure in Sybase server on the local host.
>
> 2. The stored procedure then calls a remote stored procedure in another
> Sybase server.
>
> I couldn't get any results back in the above scenerio. If I do the
> same with an Java Application instead of an Applet, it produces-- the
> expected results.
>
> Could you tell me if this is a restriction with jConnect.
>
> Thanks
> Alan

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