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Remember that JSP runs in your application server and produces HTML for the browser to display. So if you just did something like displaying a JFrame from your JSP code, at best that JFrame would appear on the server. Which is probably in a back room somewhere with nobody looking at it.
Joined: Nov 16, 2004
For starters I have an input box on a JSF page that takes a drawing type from a fixed list. I have a list control that displays the options. Instead of having the list on the form it seems it look better if there was a pop-up list to display the options.
Could I have an applet that held the list an call that applet on the fly? Then click an option from the applet to populate the form textbox.