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Jdbc applet over Foxpro

I have a client server application over Foxpro (not in java).
Is it possible with a java applet to do EVERYTHING over the Internet?
If so , can you tell me how?
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dalehendCommented:
define *EVERYTHING*
JDBC allows applets/apps to connect to relational db's.
http://java.sun.com/products/jdbc/drivers.html has a listing of drivers including
for FOXPRO. There are also examples of source to show how to make the connections.
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dvirwAuthor Commented:
EVERYTHING means the same as a client-server application
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dalehendCommented:
If the Webserver is NT( not sure if Foxpro runs on Linux), then the PC is the client and the webserver is the SERVER. The applet java class resides on the webserver
with the html so when browser connects it becomes a client-server app. Easiest scenario is to have Foxpro on same server as Webserver.
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dvirwAuthor Commented:
Delehend , can you post that as an answer

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dalehendCommented:
If the Webserver is NT( not sure if Foxpro runs on Linux), then the PC is the client and the webserver is the SERVER. The applet java class resides on the webserver with the html so when browser connects it becomes a client-server app. Easiest scenario is to have Foxpro on same server as
Webserver.

thanks,
dkh
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