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The question which bothers me is like how to import java packages through javascript that to through IE browser.
like eg:
var r=new java.awt.Frame("Testing");
while running this on IE is giving java is undefined.
If anyone has solution please send me at dbnaveen@rediff.com.
 
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You can't import java packages with javascript. Java and Javascript are two completely different things. Netscape wanted to get on the Java name when they created thier client side scritping so they named it javascript.
Also, I am moving this to javascript / html forum as this doesn't belong in the JDBC forum. Maybe someone there will know something I don't.
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