I've got a pile of RMI/JDBC code that does something damn close if not
exactly what you want. Client & server ends. I wrote it to allow
interactive queries & display the results in a Java applet or application
then extended it to allow interactive and/or batch insert/update/delete
functionality with (optionally) an email back telling you what happened to
your batch SQL.

It's known to work against Informix, Oracle 8i and I think PostgreSQL -
certainly there's no reason why it won't asit just loads the appropriate
JDBC driver.

Email me if you're interested.

Peter Wiley

On Wed, 22 Aug 2001, Marc G. Fournier wrote:

> have a database behind a firewall ... we'd like to make connections
> available to that machine through a machine outside of the firewall, so
> that its a secure connection to the "proxy", and in-secure from
> proxy->database ...
> the 'clients' will be written in java ...
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