• Subject: Re: Re[2]: What makes Java so special?
  • From: boothm@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 02 Dec 97 18:55:22 -0500

on 12/01/97at 10:37 PM, the Great and Grand  Wazir Vernon Hamberg
<hambergv@goldengate.net> said:

>That way it's

>1. Client to server pgm; server pgm to database via data queue (AS/400)
>                       ; server pgm to database via ODBC (AS/400 or NT or ?)
>                       ; server pgm to database via JDBC
>                       ; server pgm to database via ? (UNIX?)

Now, am I getting the java concept correctly:  Using the above model I
think Java looks like this:
                                               - Optional -
 Java client to -->Java Virtual machine--->(Java extensions)--->Hardware
                                                                 (AS/400)
                                                                 (Unix)
                                                                 (NT)
                                                                 (My
                                                                 refrigerator)




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