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    Default applet <-> servlet <-> DB Engine

    I'm making an unsigned java applet which will be embedded in a browser. My applet is required to receive and send data to a database.

    According to my research, I've came to conclude that I should avoid using jdbc for security reasons. Instead, I should use this method:
    applet <-> servlet <-> DB Engine

    No matter what thread I go to or what website I visit, most of my results simply tells me how to do the above method. The problem is that I have no idea how to start. Perhaps this is because my knowledge in servlets is so limited.

    I do not know where or how to start to learn about servlets or how to use the above method because it seems that tutorials are hard to find.
    Thus I'd like to ask for help in finding decent tutorials, examples or links.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: applet <-> servlet <-> DB Engine

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