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Connecting via IE?

3 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-07-08 14:20:01.0Z
kaiser Posted on 1997-07-02 18:03:38.0Z
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Date: Wed, 02 Jul 1997 18:03:38 +0000
From: kaiser <wifco@emirates.net.ae>
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Hello everybody..

I am using Jconnect on a WIN95 with the following configuration:

1. Microsoft Personal Web Server on same host.
2. Jconnect installed on a different directory than the web server.
3. Jdk 1.1.2 installed in a different directory also.
4. Sybase Server 11 on a different host and NT is used for the
connection.

when I use J connect to run my applet via an applet viewer it works.
But, when I start httpd.bat and use IE 3.0 to connect it doesn't connect
and sometimes it crashes on me.

I guess there is no connection between my web server and the the
cascade server.

Any help regearding the configuration.

Thanx, fareed
email: fareed@dpa.co.ae


Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-07-08 14:20:01.0Z
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Within your MS webserver, you will need to create an alias to
%JDBC_HOME%\classes. All of your applets should reside there
and your codebase in your applet tag should point to it.

The proxy should still point to the cascade webserver. the MS server
does not need to know about the cascade server.

kaiser wrote:
>
> Hello everybody..
>
> I am using Jconnect on a WIN95 with the following configuration:
>
> 1. Microsoft Personal Web Server on same host.
> 2. Jconnect installed on a different directory than the web server.
> 3. Jdk 1.1.2 installed in a different directory also.
> 4. Sybase Server 11 on a different host and NT is used for the
> connection.
>
> when I use J connect to run my applet via an applet viewer it works.
> But, when I start httpd.bat and use IE 3.0 to connect it doesn't connect
> and sometimes it crashes on me.
>
> I guess there is no connection between my web server and the the
> cascade server.
>
> Any help regearding the configuration.
>
> Thanx, fareed
> email: fareed@dpa.co.ae

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Lance Andersen Posted on 1997-07-03 12:33:01.0Z
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Hi,

What you will need to do is create an alias within the MS webserver
configuration which points to %JDBC_HOME%/classes. Place your applets
there and use this as your Codebase in your applet tag.

Your webserver does not need to know anything about the cascade
webserver, it just needs to be able to access the jConnect classes and
these must reside where your applets are.

kaiser wrote:
>
> Hello everybody..
>
> I am using Jconnect on a WIN95 with the following configuration:
>
> 1. Microsoft Personal Web Server on same host.
> 2. Jconnect installed on a different directory than the web server.
> 3. Jdk 1.1.2 installed in a different directory also.
> 4. Sybase Server 11 on a different host and NT is used for the
> connection.
>
> when I use J connect to run my applet via an applet viewer it works.
> But, when I start httpd.bat and use IE 3.0 to connect it doesn't connect
> and sometimes it crashes on me.
>
> I guess there is no connection between my web server and the the
> cascade server.
>
> Any help regearding the configuration.
>
> Thanx, fareed
> email: fareed@dpa.co.ae