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  1. Thread: Accessing local DB

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    [SOLVED] Re: Accessing local DB

    Solved the problem, but still don't know the right answer.

    My solution: installed Apache, installed PostgreSQL (the existing MS SQL Server was making me troubles and my time constraints are too...
  2. Thread: Accessing local DB

    by SxN
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    [SOLVED] Re: Accessing local DB

    I think I'd like to rephrase a bit:

    From http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/deployment/applet/security.html:


    The DB server's drive is mapped on the client machines, so a CLASSPATH...
  3. Thread: Accessing local DB

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    [SOLVED] Re: Accessing local DB

    copeg, thanks for your reply.


    There may be SQLExceptions, which I intend to pass to JavaScript, which in turn will take appropriate action


    No, I didn't. There is a LAN consisting of three...
  4. Thread: Accessing local DB

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    [SOLVED] Accessing local DB

    Hi All,

    I need to store/retrieve data in a local environment. Everything is built as web pages controlled by JavaScript(s), and there is no web server running.

    As I'm using FireFox, I figured...
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    Re: Version issue? Or what else can it be?

    Hello again,

    I (kind of) solved my problem. Found an old W2K box, with an old Java compiler (1.4.2_80), and used that. It compiles and runs on the old machine, it runs on the new one too.

    Well,...
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    Re: Version issue? Or what else can it be?

    Thanks for you reply.

    I suspected that is a version issue. I tried compiling with -target 1.6, and the compilation failed with:
    javac: target release 1.6 conflicts with default source release...
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    Re: Version issue? Or what else can it be?

    20 views, not one suggestion... is it so weird? Is there, perhaps, a work around?

    (biting nails)

    Thanks,
    SxN
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    Version issue? Or what else can it be?

    Hi All,

    I'm new to Java and am still confused by many things.

    Let me first state the problem that I want to solve: I have an application that is made to work as a bunch of web pages generated...
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