Question about Sun Java Programming Language (cdj-275)
The java applet code can only communicate with the server the applet was loaded from (unless it is signed and trusted by the browser).
Then, you need one of the following : Either
*) Your database server will need to be the same as your web server (and open to the world). This is not recommended at all, for security reasons mainly, but also performance reasons.
*) You will need some server side scripts (php and/or cgi) to handle specific requests from the applet and send the information back. (Give some thought to the fact that people might access these scripts without the applet, and will be able to see all the communication between applet and script)
Posted on May 28, 2010
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