You can run it as a JSP/Servlet.
Give me a little time...it's on my list.....I have a kinda nasty but it
works thing I did just to satisfy myself that it would be OK but just
about anyone can do likewise rapidly.
Like I said initially the easiest is to use it within a JSP & have a
HTML > XSLT > XML >XML-DBMS> DB & vice versa (i.e. DB > XML-DBMS > XML >
XSLT > HTML ) pathway. My test code had a simple box with a value which
was posted in by a web browser & then came back with the relevant info
as an extremely plain bit of HTML (via XSLT from the returned XML).
>Hi. I want to make a web interface and support some security for
>accessint/retrieving data. Use applet or others? How to make it? If
>you have any suggestions at all or pointers to online resources, I'd
>be most grateful.
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