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JApplet in webserver

Sri Rangan
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Joined: Dec 08, 2001
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In a web based application, We would like to have swing JApplet as the front end and servlet as the controller and the server side logic will be in Java Beans and it will be running on a webserver. At the start of the application, JApplet which is embedded in a HTML file will be downloaded to the client side. Please note that the JApplet will in turn will call JFrame or JInternalFrame classes.(only the starting class in a JApplet.). I have done this kind of stuff with App Server with EJBs, not in webserver. Any thoughts?
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