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hi all !
i have written a code for create Jframe , & i am open this frame on jsp after click on button (Chart).
in this case my frame generate at server side but i want to open it at client side .
i am doing all of this stuff first time , am i going correct way ....??
please help me ,
thanks in advance ...
 
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JSP runs on the server and doesn't require a JVM on the client's machine.
If you want to run Java on the client's machine you'll need to look into either applets or Java Web Start (JWS).

We have a forum for each of these.
Let us know if you want to have this thread moved to either of them.
 
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Thanks Ben ,
i have used applet but there are some problem because i am using JFreeChart with my applet .
i want learn Java Web Start (JWS), could you please hellp me
thanks .
 
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