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From:John Raab Date:February 3 2000 10:12pm
Subject:Re: client server application
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I'm doing something similar right now.  There is a simple Knock Knock joke
server that would be helpful to you I believe.  Check out this link.

Good luck!


----- Original Message -----
From: Ahmed K Bayyari <abayyari@stripped>
To: <java@stripped>; <mysql@stripped>;
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2000 1:55 PM
Subject: client server application

> Hi all, i've sent a similar email earlier last week, i
> got some good feedback, however, i would like to get
> more feedback before i start designing my application.
> First of all, the application can be written in any of
> the following programming languages: C/C++ using ODBC,
> JAVA using JDBC, or Perl using DBI/DBD. I can't use
> Java servlets. I would prefer either java or perl.
> Anyways, i need to write a socket that would act as a
> middle man in a three tier client/server setup. The
> socket would accept data from a client, process it,
> and then send it to the database server to be stored.
> The server would then send some info back to the
> client via the socket. Both the client and server are
> running on unix, the server has the JDBC and DBI/DBD
> modules installed for the mysql database.
> I haven't done anything like this before so i really
> need any help that you can provide. Any
> recommendations on how to implement the system or good
> websites or books would be greatly appreciated. Oh,
> and i'm still a newbie in java and perl :-)  but i'm
> extremely good with C/C++. However, most of you
> prefered java last time i sent this email since it's
> client/server implementation is the easiest and it's
> got tones of libraries to play around with.
> Thanks alot, your help is greatly appreciated .
> Ahmed
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