API docs for Netscape's JSObject (and other 'standard' netscape.* classes can be viewed in Netscape's LiveConnect/Plug-in Developer's Guidemore
Rhino from Mozilla.org and FESI (pronounced like fuzzy / stands for Free EcmaScript Interpreter) represent two such implementations.more
There are a few ways that you could try, although it all depends on any restrictions you have on deployment. First off, you could use Swing's JTree in a small applet. This would require the use o...more
Yes, refer to the XML data islands on the Microsoft web site. You can have the XML in a web page (which can be generated dynamically) or embedded in the HTML. You can use Microsoft XML data islan...more
It seems to me that a JSP page forward always ends up in the frame where the original JSP page was in. How can I replace the entire frame with a new page?
Unfortunately, your JSP application has no way of knowing that it's being loaded into a frameset - your forward will always be loaded into the browser in the place that the original request would ...more
Short answer: you can't. Fortunately, sessions expire automatically after a period of time; check your servlet engine documentation to see how to set this timeout period. I felt that there should...more
No, there isn't. Remember, JSP is strictly a server-side technology, which is responsible for generating dynamic content in HTML, DHTML or XML format. Setting focus on specific input elements wi...more