Which of the following is true regarding the use of the JDBC-ODBC bridge with the applets.

A) Use of the JDBC-ODBC bridge from an untrusted applet running in a browser, such as Netscape Navigator, isn't allowed.
B) It is possible to use the JDBC-ODBC bridge with applets that will be run in appletviewer since appletviewer assumes that applets are trusted.
C) It is not possible to use the JDBC-ODBC bridge with applets that are run in the HotJavaTM browser (available from Java Software), since HotJava provides an option to turn off applet security.
D) Pure Java JDBC drivers work well with applets. They are fully downloadable and do not require any client-side configuration
Explanation: the HotJavaTM browser is a Sun java developed browser and hence prevents the security violation which is not provided by IE and Netscape.

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rajagopal

  • Mar 10th, 2006
 

Answer is D

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It is not possible to use the JDBC-ODBC bridge with applets that are run in the HotJavaTM browser (available from Java Software), since HotJava provides an option to turn off applet security.

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