Can we run an Applet without JRE being installed??
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Posted By:   Shridhar_N
Posted On:   Sunday, November 3, 2002 11:40 PM

Hi All,

Is it possible to run an Applet without having JRE on the machine, I have an Applet on the server, and i am running that Applet onClick() event.

I dont want the client to install the JRE..

Thanks in Advance..

Shridhar..

Re: Can we run an Applet without JRE being installed??

Posted By:   chris_moran  
Posted On:   Tuesday, November 5, 2002 05:13 PM

You can only run JDK 1.1 applets on a
client without the Java Plugin installed. Most
browsers, IE, and Netscape have their own flavor of
the Java JVM pre-installed. Hence the term
Java Enabled. SDK 1.2 and above require the plug-in.
There is an implementation of swing for JDK 1.1 which means the user
need to download it (preferably as a jar) in order
to use it.

Re: Can we run an Applet without JRE being installed??

Posted By:   AlessandroA_Garbagnati  
Posted On:   Monday, November 4, 2002 05:59 AM

Hi,

In addition to the other response, that is correct, I would also say that the browsers do normally contains an old version of the JVM (1.1.x or something about that), so if you are developing applets using 1.2 or higher functionalities, I would suggest you to take a look to the Java Plug in that could be downloaded from Sun.

Re: Can we run an Applet without JRE being installed??

Posted By:   yili_cheng  
Posted On:   Monday, November 4, 2002 04:33 AM

Since most of the common browsers, such as IE or Netscape, they have their own JVMs, there is no need for the client to install JRE to run the applet.





Best regards,



yili
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