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    Smile applet with database connectivity

    hi....
    I m trying to create an applet with database connectivity. I am using MS Access as my database....... and i am using netbeans IDE to create applet... If i am creating applet in a java application of Netbeans means its working well in applet viewer...... But if i am creating in a java web application, then applet is not run the databasee codes in html or jsp pages.......... that means it not displayed anything from the db....... how to solve this.........


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    Read answer of question#3
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    Default applet with database connectivity

    Thank you sir........ but how to turn off the security......

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    Smile signed applets

    how to create a signed applet in a web application using netbeans ide......

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    As far as I know netbeans doesn't have any such feature.
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    Default applet with database connectivity

    ok sir....... i knew in Netbeans we can create a signed applet in a java application... Do you know to create a signed applet in web application without using netbeans......

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    Smile applet with database connectivity

    Sir..... thank you its working well......... But now i got a different problem......... If i pass a parameter to applet then it will not working...... what to do?

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    Where from are you passing the parameters, and whats the issue?
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    sorry sir...
    i did a mistake...... now alright....... working fine.......... thank you so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by priyacvr View Post
    hi....
    I m trying to create an applet with database connectivity. I am using MS Access as my database....... and i am using netbeans IDE to create applet... If i am creating applet in a java application of Netbeans means its working well in applet viewer...... But if i am creating in a java web application, then applet is not run the databasee codes in html or jsp pages.......... that means it not displayed anything from the db....... how to solve this.........


    --- Thanks in advance!
    Oh, you can pass by signing if you just create an additional servlet which connects your database ;) By the way, it is more usual than stright db connection :cool:
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    applet <-> servlet <-> db
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