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Martin joe
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Is there a way a web page can read clients cam and start streaming.
If this can be done, can you suggest me the java technologies that needs to be used.

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From a web page? If there's a way to do it (I really have no idea) it'd have to be an applet; and probably a signed one. Technologies such as servlets and JSP run on the server and have no access to the client machine or its peripherals.

Or you might consider a desktop application that can be loaded via Java Web Start.
 
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Like Gmail a web application, is providing video chat on web. (it's not providing on th desktop client chat)
I was thinking of doing it the same way..

Any suggestions, please.

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"Am Joe", please check your private messages for an important administrative matter.
 
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gmail chat uses a browser plugin.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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