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Converting JavaObject to JavaScript and reading it from an Applet

 
Vedar Smith
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Hi all! I'm a bit stuck with this concept that I've been working on and I'm looking for some sort of guide on this.
Essentially this is the problem:

Bean retrieves data from database and I need to store it as a hidden field on a webpage.
The user then must authenticate the data using an applet.
The resulting authenticated object is then sent to the database.

So i'm stuck at this paradigm:

Bean -> Html & Javascript -> Applet

I think I can figure out the upload issue later, thanks
 
Paul Clapham
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The first thing to realize that you can only store text strings in hidden fields. So your first task would appear to be to convert this undescribed "bean" into a text string.
 
Vedar Smith
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Yeah... I just figured that out and I'm working around it as I write. I'm also trying to use JSObject for reading the Javascript function return value right now. How do you get the value out of the enclosed type?

from what I gather the return type seems to be JSObject.
 
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