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Do we need to Install JConnect on a Unix Box which also runs the SQL Server

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-06-18 17:15:41.0Z
Dharani Ramamoorthy Posted on 1997-06-18 17:01:21.0Z
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Date: Wed, 18 Jun 1997 12:01:21 -0500
From: Dharani Ramamoorthy <Ramamoorthy.Dharani@mayo.edu>
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We have put a webserver in the same host( HP Unix Box ) where the SQL
Server is running to avoid the Cascaded HTTP gateway. I have developed
the applet classes on a NT workstation where JConnect and Sun's SDK were
installed. Now I moved the classes to the HP web server. When we tried
to execute the applet we get the following errors:

[Wed Jun 18 11:04:25 1997] access to
/home/web/htdocs/classes/jdbc/sql/Connection.class failed for
sijer.mayo.edu, reason: File does not exist
[Wed Jun 18 11:04:25 1997] access to
/home/web/htdocs/classes/jdbc/sql/SQLException.class failed for
sijer.mayo.edu, reason: File does not exist

So my questions are:
1. Do we have to install the JConnect product on the HP Unix Box?
2. If yes to the above question do we need to install Sun's JDK too?
But remember we are not going to do any development work on this HP Box
3. Since the webserver and the SQL Server runs on the same host, I don't
have to start the Cascaded http gateway. Is this still valid?.

Thanks for all your input.

Dharani Ramamoorthy
Ramamoorthy.Dharani@mayo.edu
dharani@sparc.isl.net


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-06-18 17:15:41.0Z
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To use 0-install client...

You need to set up an alias for your webserver which

points to $JDBC_HOME/classes.

all of your applets should reside there.


This allows for the access of the applets and the jConnect classes.



Because the sql server and webserver are on the same box, you do not
need the cascade webserver

One thing to check is your html

and your codebase for your applet tag. It expects the jConnect
classes to be there that is why I suggested the info above.


-lance

Dharani Ramamoorthy wrote:
>
> We have put a webserver in the same host( HP Unix Box ) where the SQL
> Server is running to avoid the Cascaded HTTP gateway. I have developed
> the applet classes on a NT workstation where JConnect and Sun's SDK were
> installed. Now I moved the classes to the HP web server. When we tried
> to execute the applet we get the following errors:
>
> [Wed Jun 18 11:04:25 1997] access to
> /home/web/htdocs/classes/jdbc/sql/Connection.class failed for
> sijer.mayo.edu, reason: File does not exist
> [Wed Jun 18 11:04:25 1997] access to
> /home/web/htdocs/classes/jdbc/sql/SQLException.class failed for
> sijer.mayo.edu, reason: File does not exist
>
> So my questions are:
> 1. Do we have to install the JConnect product on the HP Unix Box?
> 2. If yes to the above question do we need to install Sun's JDK too?
> But remember we are not going to do any development work on this HP Box
> 3. Since the webserver and the SQL Server runs on the same host, I don't
> have to start the Cascaded http gateway. Is this still valid?.
>
> Thanks for all your input.
>
> Dharani Ramamoorthy
> Ramamoorthy.Dharani@mayo.edu
> dharani@sparc.isl.net

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