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Posted By:   innum_onenu
Posted On:   Monday, February 11, 2002 02:13 AM

If an applet(awt) is embedded in a HTML Page like, code="some.class" name="MyName"> Will, 1. The browser start the JVM immediately following the applet tag 2. Download the jar file(one more request to the server) if specified in the archive tag to the Client machine If so where? in temp InternetFiles in case of IE?? 3. Once the jar is downloaded, any subsequent visit to the same page would not download the jar again, but would fetch from the local client cache?? Is this true? If so, the browser first looks the cache first and then sends a request to the server for the jar?? Thanks!    More>>

If an applet(awt) is embedded in a HTML Page like,


code="some.class" name="MyName">








Will,

1. The browser start the JVM immediately following the applet tag


2. Download the jar file(one more request to the server) if specified in the archive tag to the Client machine

If so where? in temp InternetFiles in case of IE??


3. Once the jar is downloaded, any subsequent visit to the same page would not download the jar again, but would fetch from the local client cache?? Is this true? If so, the browser first looks the cache first and then sends a request to the server for the jar??



Thanks!    <<Less

Re: Applet tag

Posted By:   John_Zukowski  
Posted On:   Thursday, February 28, 2002 08:01 PM

Caching JAR files is already covered in the FAQ. When the JVM is started depends on the browser.
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