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I had written a program to retrive records from SQL server using jdbc . it works fine in appletviewer but not in IE 5.0 and above it works well in ie4.0,
can u help me to make it run on IE5.0 and above. i am not using swings
Nithya Krishnan

Joined: Dec 06, 2000
Posts: 5
Sorry this is not an answer to your question. But I am stuck on getting the data and displaying in an applet.First I had used Class.forName(jdbc dbc:jdbcodbcDriver);
Then I got the info that the bridge driver does not work with applets and that we have to use a type 4 Driver.
But still I do not know exactly what we have to write in Class.forName() and DriverManager.getConnection().
Since you had said you are able to display data from sql server in an applet, I took the liberty to ask this doubt.Looking forward to your reply.
Thanking you in advance
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