December 27th, 2001, 01:59 AM
I have a question about connecting to an SQL database through a Java applet...
I dont have the java.sql.* packages installed on my PC that I write my code, but it is installed on the webserver that I use - is there any way I can upload a .java file to the server and compile it to a .class remotely, without SSH or Telnet?
Is there some sort of server-side PHP or Perl program that would compile a .java file into its bytecode? I'm new to Java, and I dont exactly know the routine for installing packages on my computer, so I thought that compiling it remotely would work, but would it just be easier to download the JDBC files to work locally?
Any help would be appreciated.
December 27th, 2001, 11:53 AM
Sorry, but can't you just install J2SDK on your pc? It's really easy!
Then you can work with tools like Netbeans and Tomcat.
You can find excellent tutorials here!