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Anu
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How can i call a CORBA object from JavaScript? Can i call it for applet also...if Yes..pls let me know HOW ???

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karl koch
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hi,
i dont think you call CORBA from JavaScript.
JavaScript is running in your browser and cannot directly communicate with other software (you can request urls and transfer values via parameters/forms)

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Anil Vupputuri
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Hi..
Just curious to know how to mix JavaScript's code with Java code...Any clue...
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karl koch
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hi,
javascript is embedded in html page and executed by browsers. Java is executed by JavaVirtualMachine. in fact javascript had another name before. it got renamed to sound more like java for marketing reasons (thats what i heard). you can invoke java applets method from javascript (and i think vice versa trough the Applet context). check out the javascript forum for more info.
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Glen Tanner
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This off of the topic, but JavaScript was originally called "LiveScript".
The Java/LiveScript glue was (in fact is still) called "LiveConnect".
Netscape's server-side JavaScript product is called "LiveWire".
Generically, Netscape referred to browser-side objects (plugins, applets) as "Live Objects".
(info written by Paul Bennett)
So, look for info on "LiveConnect" to connect JavaScript to Java.
Here's a start.
[This message has been edited by Glen Tanner (edited July 30, 2001).]
 
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