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Hi guys! Scenario: I am having two machines A and B. I am compiling my servlet.java files on machine A and copy-pasting the servlet.class files on the machine B. Obviously Machine A is client Machine B is server.... running tomcat server.
Now, Query: I have a servlet that manipulates databases. Machine A(i.e. client itself) has MS SQL Server. How can I configure my server (Machine B) through ODBC to connect to my local SQL Server and run the servlet. 1. Is it necessary that SQL Server and Tomcat be running on same machine. 2. If no, then how can ODBC be configured to work things up.
Thanks in advance. [ October 20, 2005: Message edited by: Akhil Trivedi ]
It is not necessary to have Tomcat and SQLServer on the same machine.
If you just need access to SQLServer from a java servlet, why don't you use the MS SQLServer JDBC driver? You can download it here: http://www.microsoft.com/sql/default.mspx. In the <whereever you install dir>\Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Driver for JDBC\books\ directory, there is a resource that details connecting to the database through the driver. Basically, you just need to specify the ip address to hookup to the other computer. [ October 20, 2005: Message edited by: Samuel Cox ]