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I want to return a swing component to the client machine using a JSP is that possible, if so can any one help me?
Fei Ng
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i dont think so. Try Applet.
JSP is servlet which run on the server side.
You have to use Applet run GUI on the client side.
ersin eser
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Hi Raihan
We'd like you to continue posting here at Javaranch. Please read our Naming Policy and register again.
Thanks for your cooperation
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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