I would like to pass each 'text' object into an applet. The text object is not a string.
I know I could have the applet call the server for a serialized instance of a text object, but I would rather pass the object into the applet straight from JSTL, such that I could get a handle to the instance within the applet with some kind of getParameter() call or similar call to AppletContext
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I should have mentioned that the JSTL snippet is enclosed within
I can feed string params into the applet just fine from JSTL using
But I am looking for a way to pass in non-string objects.
Since this is HTML we're talking about, only text strings are possible. If it's for some reason not possible to pass a string representation of the object, then a serialized object may work (as long as it's properly ASCII-ized by using base-64 or something like that).
Note that serialization generally requires that both JVMs are of the same version (e.g., Java 5 or Java 6).
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