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Hii... frnds i need the answer very very urgently....

I created combobox in applet program.... this combobox has certain items/values.

Now tell me... how can I access that combobox items/values in jsp??
If so, by selection of the items/values of combobox.... the program in the jsp should be execute.how?
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

By "the JSP" do you mean the actual Java code in the JSP -which execute son the server-, or do you mean the HTML page that contains the applet (which maybe generated by a JSP page)?

The approaches would be very different.
 
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I still can't tell whether you want to access the HTML page (maybe its DOM or some JavaScript methods), or if you want to read from a JSP page running on the server.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Welcome to JavaRanch.

By "the JSP" do you mean the actual Java code in the JSP -which execute son the server-, or do you mean the HTML page that contains the applet (which maybe generated by a JSP page)?

The approaches would be very different.



I meant the HTML page contains the applet one!
 
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Are you really still working on this problem, to which you needed an answer "very very urgently" back in September?

Applet/JavaScript intercation is provided through a couple of mechanisms called LiveConnect and Common DOM. The JavaRanch Applet FAQ has some links regarding both.
 
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Yeah! actually I left a project (for which the question is related)... But, now the same problem has occurred while doing other project. Since I'm a student, I thought to learn it.


Ulf Dittmer wrote:Are you really still working on this problem, to which you needed an answer "very very urgently" back in September?

Applet/JavaScript intercation is provided through a couple of mechanisms called LiveConnect and Common DOM. The JavaRanch Applet FAQ has some links regarding both.

 
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