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hello everyone in this java world.i am a student of java. can any body help & guide to write and applet with jdbc connectivity through odbc or any other type.u can mail me at my mail address.i will thank full to u.
 
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forums are meant to share information, not post requests for private tutoring...

You can use regular JDBC from an applet but you will have to package the driver with the applet itself and for JDBC/ODBC might need a signed applet to overcome security restrictions on accessing resources on the computer the applet runs on.




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