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abhay jain
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how we can create a remote applet in java , please give a simple example for beginners
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What differentiates a "remote" Applet from other applets? It's not a term that's generally used, so you need to explain what it means.


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abhay jain
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sure ..

if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file

James Sabre
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abhay jain wrote:sure ..

if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file



I'm not sure this makes sense. Who is going to view the Applet on the website and how are they going to view it? Are you sure you don't really mean you want to 'run' a Servlet?


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abhay jain wrote:if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file


Do you want to be able to load the applet while the computer is 'off-line'? If not, it is easy but pointless (you might as well just browser directly to the web page on the net). If so, it becomes more tricky, depending on the web page. What is the URL (link) of the applet you are interested in?


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abhay jain
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Andrew Thompson wrote:
abhay jain wrote:if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file


Do you want to be able to load the applet while the computer is 'off-line'? If not, it is easy but pointless (you might as well just browser directly to the web page on the net). If so, it becomes more tricky, depending on the web page. What is the URL (link) of the applet you are interested in?



please suggest any example(s) for a beginner ..and yes, it looks pointless but i m still curious to know about it
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abhay jain wrote:
Andrew Thompson wrote:
abhay jain wrote:if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file

Do you want to be able to load the applet while the computer is 'off-line'? If not, it is easy but pointless (you might as well just browser directly to the web page on the net). If so, it becomes more tricky, depending on the web page. What is the URL (link) of the applet you are interested in?

please suggest any example(s) for a beginner ..and yes, it looks pointless but i m still curious to know about it

I asked 2 questions. I will not continue until I get 2 answers.
abhay jain
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Andrew Thompson wrote:
abhay jain wrote:
Andrew Thompson wrote:
abhay jain wrote:if i want to run an applet displaying at a website (it is not on my computer ) from my local (on my computer ) html file

Do you want to be able to load the applet while the computer is 'off-line'? If not, it is easy but pointless (you might as well just browser directly to the web page on the net). If so, it becomes more tricky, depending on the web page. What is the URL (link) of the applet you are interested in?

please suggest any example(s) for a beginner ..and yes, it looks pointless but i m still curious to know about it

I asked 2 questions. I will not continue until I get 2 answers.



i am at beginner level , i don't even know how to access or choose an applet to froma URL to perform that operation .. please help
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abhay jain wrote:..i don't even know how to access or choose an applet to froma URL to perform that operation .. please help


Do you know how to copy/paste an URL from your browser's address bar? If so,
  • Visit the page with the applet
  • Copy the URL
  • Paste it to the forum

  • If you cannot achieve that, I cannot help further.
    James Sabre
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    abhay jain wrote:

    i am at beginner level , i don't even know how to access or choose an applet to froma URL to perform that operation .. please help


    It seems that your understanding of Applets is such that you need to do a lot of background reading before you can ask a sensible question. I still think your question does not make sense.

    abhay jain
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    this one ......


    http://in.yahoo.com/?p=us


    actually i want to say that i have no idea or clue about which site is using applet , flash or some other technique (other than java applet ) .. that's why i was confused too. hope you understand
    abhay jain
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    James Sabre wrote:
    abhay jain wrote:

    i am at beginner level , i don't even know how to access or choose an applet to froma URL to perform that operation .. please help


    It seems that your understanding of Applets is such that you need to do a lot of background reading before you can ask a sensible question. I still think your question does not make sense.



    i think, you are right .. thanks .. and i am really sorry for wasting your time .
    James Sabre
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    abhay jain wrote:this one ......


    http://in.yahoo.com/?p=us


    actually i want to say that i have no idea or clue about which site is using applet , flash or some other technique (other than java applet ) .. that's why i was confused too. hope you understand


    I really don't understand how that site relates to anything that has been posted in this thread. It certainly has nothing to do with Applets!
    abhay jain
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    James Sabre wrote:
    abhay jain wrote:this one ......


    http://in.yahoo.com/?p=us


    actually i want to say that i have no idea or clue about which site is using applet , flash or some other technique (other than java applet ) .. that's why i was confused too. hope you understand


    I really don't understand how that site relates to anything that has been posted in this thread. It certainly has nothing to do with Applets!


    i have already declared about my knowledge status on applet .. sorry again.......... its my mistake
    James Sabre
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    abhay jain wrote:
    i have already declared about my knowledge status on applet .. sorry again.......... its my mistake


    Since that site seems to use 'flash' you probably need to find a forum that deals with 'flash'.
    abhay jain
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    James Sabre wrote:
    abhay jain wrote:
    i have already declared about my knowledge status on applet .. sorry again.......... its my mistake


    Since that site seems to use 'flash' you probably need to find a forum that deals with 'flash'.




    my friend, that's why i requested to provide any example(s) that relates to remote applet , what was wrong with that request ?

    please also tell me if there is any way to identify that web page is using applets or not ?
    James Sabre
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    abhay jain wrote:
    James Sabre wrote:
    abhay jain wrote:
    i have already declared about my knowledge status on applet .. sorry again.......... its my mistake


    Since that site seems to use 'flash' you probably need to find a forum that deals with 'flash'.




    my friend, that's why i requested to provide any example(s) that relates to remote applet , what was wrong with that request ?


    As I said - there is no such thing as a remote Applet! Applets always always always run in the client browser. Applets may get information from the server but they always always always run on the client.


    please also tell me if there is any way to identify that web page is using applets or not ?


    You might see the Java Applet logo showing while the Applet is loading but once it is running you can't tell without looking at the page source and even then it can be partially hidden.
    abhay jain
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    You might see the Java Applet logo showing while the Applet is loading but once it is running you can't tell without looking at the page source and even then it can be partially hidden.


    yes .....now i got that clue thanks ...thanks..... thanks my friend
     
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