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Sid Scud
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Joined: Mar 13, 2001
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I am trying to develop a chat aplication. I have developed the GUI in swing. Can anyone give any suggestions, if I wud be able to use java web start for the application? If someone has used it previously, can they give any guidelines of how to go about it?
Thank u all in advance.
-Sid
Gregg Bolinger
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I am also developing a chat application, but it is embedded into a much larger application that I am working on. Are you planning on building a server and/or client side to use with the chat app?
A little more info would help so I could better help you.

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Sid Scud
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Hi Gregg,
The thing is that even my chat appln is a part of a system (The GUI would be something close to that of AOL ). This wont be the core functionality of tha system. Basically right now I'm planning to use applets and using callbacks for the purpose.
I clould not get the exact meaning of our reply. Rather I was confused with the last statement(Client/Server). If you can please clarify, I would be thankful to you.
Any futher help is WELCOME !!!
With warm regards,
-Sid
 
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