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JDBC Client/Server Application

Joe Meany
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Joined: Jun 14, 2011
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Hey there,

Sorry, i wasnt incredibly sure where to post this topic. I have finished writing an application that connects to a database, inserts, deletes, yaddayadda. I started out trying to make it into a web applet(that was the easy part) but couldnt get it to run thanks to all of the limits on applets. I was wondering if a client/server application would be a better option.

Also, to clear some misconceptions i have about client/server applications... the application would be stored, and operations would run on the server, with commands being input from my(or anyone else on the networks) client computer right?

Would this be initalized with something like a desktop icon?

Anyway, im just starting to look into it and was hoping for a few suggestions/recommondations/ideas. No big deal on anything, but if you have some good advice, im always down to learn more.

Thanks guys, and again, sorry if there is a better place to post this(like maybe servlets?) but i wasnt too sure, as i know almost nothing about creating client/server applications.

Thanks alot!
 
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