The article you link to, Shreya, is about integrating ActiveX controls into desktop applications, where the Java code is running on the desktop machine.
Correct: I just forwarded, in case if helps
Shreya, can you explicitly spell out your requirements for us? Tell us exactly what you can and can't do, here. Does it have to be zero-install? Does it have to be JSP? What else?
Thanks for asking, first time some one asked what I want, apprecaired:
Insert an icon to the systray when users log in to the web application using a URL.
Yes, If possible our clients dont want anything to be installed on the client machines. Right now our app is client/server based. We install client on all client machines . When clients log in to the client, an icon gets displayed on systray.
Because of the whole world moving towards web, clients are asking whether we can convert our app to web based.[ have all code installed on a server] so that clients can go to a URL and access the app. But they want the same icon to get displayed when they succesfully login to the app.
Purpose of this icon: This icon flashes right now, when a new work comes to the users. Even if the window which they are accessing is minimised, by seeing the icon they can understand that a new work is waiting for them.
Now when the users log out of the system/close browser, this icon should disappear from systray.
Thanks and hopefully I will get some help..