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Yes, I think you need use Servlets.. You need a 3-tier architecture. Once you use servlet, you may get rid of Applet. We had better try to avoid applets. Of course, it is another thing if we do exercises.
1) JavaBean cannot be used independnetly here. You may use Javabean in JSP. If you
choose do so, you need write a DBBean to encapsulate all the JDBC code.
2) I don't see any necessities to use CORBA here. It is an overkill.
3) I began to learn servlet by using Java Web Server. Since Apache foundation launched its Tomcat project, Sun has ceased to develop its JWS. Now JWS is obsolete. It does not support newer Servlet and JSP API.
4) I suggest two options: a) download JRUN
and conenct it to IIS ( I have ever done so); b) download tomcat and connect it to IIS. Both are worth trying.
5) Please go to Java Console and check the exception stack trace, to see which class your Applet is missing. You may also post error message here.
6) please search "fly_eagle" here. he met similar problem to yours. My discusssion with him may help you.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞