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Eda Srinivasa Reddy

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Recent posts by Eda Srinivasa Reddy

Hi all
We have a dll written in VB. It contains a function 'insert'. This function basically takes the parameters username and password and saves these two values into MS Access database.
Now my requirement is to call this function of dll into my java class and inserting a record into the database.
Please help me in achieving this functionality.
If possible please provide me an example.
Thanks & Regards
Eda
18 years ago
Hi all
Our application consists of a collection of 32-bit Windows components. The architecture utilizes Microsoft�s Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM) technology to implement a scalable and integrated n-tier system. Tier 1 consists of the application (written primarily in Visual Basic), the middle tier includes the product servers and the services, and the database server is the third tier. Remaining tiers consists of the other optional servers.
I would be grateful if you suggest me both free and commercial performance tools for testing this application.
Regards
Eda
18 years ago
Hi All
As we know we can get the IP address of the machine from which a HTTP request came to a web application using httpServletRequest.getRemoteAddr().
Here my doubt is, in which class the browser is setting the local machine IP address and sending it to the web application?
Actually we have an application, which simulates the browser activity. In this application we wanted to assign a different IP address instead of the local machine's actual IP address. Once we know the above class we can do the rest of the work.
So please help us in finding this class through which the browser is sending the local machine's IP address.
Thanks & Regards
Eda