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How to create permanent connect using Ms SQL Server Database

I writing a java application that can run in LAN And Internet using Java 2 and JDBC. The Database is Ms SQL Server 7.

For the LAN I can using DataSource to create a connetion.
example:

strDriverName = "sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver";
Class.forName(strDriverName);
gCon = DriverManager.getConnection(ODBCPub, "sa", "sa");

But, how can I create connection for the internet application or using back the same method like above.

Pls guide me or provide me some sample coding.


 
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dennistk
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hotlyqCommented:
Please give more detail:
Are you use SQLServer DB through Internet ,or in your Lan and present the data to Internet?
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objectsCommented:
You can access the database in exactly the same way from the Internet as from the intranet.
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