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Posted By:   Jo_Tainc
Posted On:   Monday, June 28, 2004 03:57 AM

Hi all, Thanks in advance to all who could help me for this problem. I've written some jsp pages. In one of them, I open a new Java Window, which is a simple Java Frame. If I test this directly on the Tomcat server, everything works well. But when I call the jsp page through a web browser of a distant client (normal use), and when I want to see the java window, no window pops up. It appears that the Java Window pops up on the server, and not on the client side, which is what I wanted. Could someone tell me how to make the Java frames appear on the client side ? (Is it linked to the code or to the configurati   More>>

Hi all,




Thanks in advance to all who could help me for this problem.




I've written some jsp pages. In one of them, I open a new Java Window,
which is a simple Java Frame. If I test this directly on the Tomcat
server, everything works well.




But when I call the jsp page through a web browser of a distant client
(normal use), and when I want to see the java window, no window pops
up. It appears that the Java Window pops up on the server, and not on
the client side, which is what I wanted.




Could someone tell me how to make the Java frames appear on the client
side ? (Is it linked to the code or to the configuration of Tomcat ?)



Thanks in advance,



Alexis.

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Re: Opening a Java Window from a jsp page on the client side

Posted By:   cem_tekin  
Posted On:   Monday, June 28, 2004 08:06 AM

sorry jack, can't do this.


java programs only run on the machnine they reside in - this is an important general security issue. to be able to do what you want you have to implement your program as a java applet.


cem.

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