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Can I use JDBC with MS Explorer? If yes, how can I do it and for what version of MS Explorer?
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You can use JDBC with any JDK 1.02 or better browser (MS IE3.0+ in your case). The thing to wath out for is that you download the appropiate JDBC version for the browser you are using (1.02 for MSIE3.x or JDK 1.2 for MSIE 4).

In order to use JDBC, you need to either add the directory you installed it on to your CLASSPATH, or install it on a directory that is included in your CLASSPATH.
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