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Seek guidance for facilitating access to standalone Java App from webs

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I've set up a small business system with java swing frontend and ms sql server backend. Java class extends JFrame and implements ActionListener and provides data entry label/textfields to client to get his clients info into tables in sql server database.

I am self-learning java. I have two data entry classes to two diferent tables and client is using them with no issues.

The advice I seek here is how to make this available to client or others to use via his website.

My experience is in sql programming, linux shell scripting, perl but just stepping into java and web.

I have developed the Java using NetBeans and have used Java Web Start to create launch files (html and jnlp) but no joy figuring out how to deploy using them or if this would even work for my purpose. I have created a website in order to test implementation once I have something to test.

all advice will be much appreciated.

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