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Is it possible the communication between JSP-Applet & Applet-JSP?
If possible please explain to me how is it possible?
 
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Since the whole purpose of a JSP is to make HTML coding simpler, there is no reason to use a JSP if you just want to communicate with an applet. Using a servlet is much cleaner. Paul Wheaton has some classes designed for servlet - applet communication sitting around somewhere on Javaranch, but I don't remember exactly how to get to them.
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Originally posted by William Brogden:
Paul Wheaton has some classes designed for servlet - applet communication sitting around somewhere on Javaranch, but I don't remember exactly how to get to them.

They're accessible from this page
 
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Hi,
Yes using a servlet as a middle tier.

Bye
Gopinath
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Originally posted by jyotsna varma:
Is it possible the communication between JSP-Applet & Applet-JSP?
If possible please explain to me how is it possible?

 
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