It it possible to check if the applet on the server is newer than the cached one?
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Posted By:   Christer_Nordvik
Posted On:   Friday, August 9, 2002 07:05 AM

I have developed a web site containing an applet. When I upgrade the content on the web server , then I want the clients to recieve the new version of the applet and not get the locally cached one. Is this possible?



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Christer Nordvik

Re: It it possible to check if the applet on the server is newer than the cached one?

Posted By:   Prashanth_Sukumaran  
Posted On:   Tuesday, August 13, 2002 06:27 PM

Hi Christer,



One of the advantages of an applet is that any changes that are made at the server is reflected to any user who is browsing the page where this applet resides.



Also the browser downloads the applet from the server and executes on the client side.



One question from me to you is, before asking the question here a JGuru, did you try yourself if any changes made on the server is reflected when any body browses the website. If you have not done this before, I suggest you to do so.


Rgds



Prashanth Sukumaran.


Re: It it possible to check if the applet on the server is newer than the cached one?

Posted By:   R_C  
Posted On:   Friday, August 9, 2002 07:08 AM

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