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Applet Communicatrion

 
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I want to know how an applet can communicate to another? Means, when I select a UI component from applet window, another applet should appear. I have tried getAppletContext() function, but it is not working. What went wrong?
Thanks to the helper, in advance.
 
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Hi
Appletcontext is needed and also a sequence of steps as follows:

Here I have used a button click to load a new applet.
You can similarly use one of the other listeners for any other
component.
Hope this helps.
Suneel
 
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hi my code for this query of calling one applet thru another is still not working.
try
{
u=new URL(getCodeBase()+ "TestCase.html");
getAppletContext().showDocument(u);
}
catch(Exception e)
{
e.printStackTrace();
}
 
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