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CODEBASE for jConnect & other stuff

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-09-25 20:53:38.0Z
Bruno Melloni Posted on 1997-09-24 17:31:53.0Z
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Date: Wed, 24 Sep 1997 12:31:53 -0500
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I have been able to
(a) Install jConnect on a Web server
(b) Place an HTML page with a Java applet that uses jConnect
(c) Run the applet.

To do this I had to set CODEBASE=$JDBC_HOME/classes in the HTML page. I
also noticed that jConnect does not follow the typical approach of
putting the package's classes under something like
.../classes/sybase/jConnect. Instead it has all kind of stuff under the
$JDBC_HOME/classes directory.

Now I want to use other library classes in addition to the jConnect
classes in my applet.

(a) Is there a way to put more than one path in the CODEBASE (like you
would do with CLASSPATH)?

(b) If not, does anybody know of a clean way of accessing the library
classes other than plopping them in the $JDBC_HOME/classes directory?

bruno_melloni@freddiemac.com


Gopala Krishna Posted on 1997-09-25 20:53:38.0Z
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Date: Thu, 25 Sep 1997 13:53:38 -0700
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We are linking the other directories into our codebase directory.

Bruno Melloni wrote:
>
> I have been able to
> (a) Install jConnect on a Web server
> (b) Place an HTML page with a Java applet that uses jConnect
> (c) Run the applet.
>
> To do this I had to set CODEBASE=$JDBC_HOME/classes in the HTML page. I
> also noticed that jConnect does not follow the typical approach of
> putting the package's classes under something like
> .../classes/sybase/jConnect. Instead it has all kind of stuff under the
> $JDBC_HOME/classes directory.
>
> Now I want to use other library classes in addition to the jConnect
> classes in my applet.
>
> (a) Is there a way to put more than one path in the CODEBASE (like you
> would do with CLASSPATH)?
>
> (b) If not, does anybody know of a clean way of accessing the library
> classes other than plopping them in the $JDBC_HOME/classes directory?
>
> bruno_melloni@freddiemac.com

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