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how do i run aplications on the internet

lesane parsih

Joined: Apr 27, 2003
Posts: 1
i have an applet called client and a server listening application called server.
on my computer i would usually type the command
java Server
on my personal computer to manage the commnication between my applet and a database.i.e listen to connection attempts by the applets
My problem is that i have to transport this to the internet but i don't know how i can do this.
do i need direct help my web host. i.e. do i need him to do this for me.
Michael Morris
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Joined: Jan 30, 2002
Posts: 3451
Hi Lesane,
Welcome to JavaRanch. You need to give us a little more information here. I'm not exactly sure as to the overall architecture. Are you wanting to move the server to the web? If so, then converting it to a servlet may be a solution.

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