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Hi,
Thanks Carl for response.
I have an applet. Which writes data to server and can get back data from server. Now In my applet, I want to write data what I got from server to particular field of HTML(for example: cell of table in HTML).
How to write data to particular cell from Applet?
Please let me know,
Angela
 
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I don't think you can directly write HTML from an applet.
I haven't tried this, but you might be able to get data from an applet with script (eg JavaScript) in your HTML page. I know you can call applet methods from script, but I don't know if you can read the return values.
e.g. you could have
<HTML>
<Applet name="a1" ...>
<input name="box1">
<script language=JavaScript>
box1.value = a1.doMethod();
</script>
</HTML>
NOTE: I haven't done HTML for a bit, there might be syntax errors here
If you can get the return value, you could put it in a form element in your HTML (as above).
Or, you might be able to write the HTML from the script, like:
document.write( a1.getData() );
or something similar.
You might find it easier to use JSP / ASP or something similar, where the HTML is created on the server before being sent to the browser, to do what you want.
Hope that helps.
 
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Hi,
Dont know if this reply is too late, but anyways here is what you can do.
You could use a JSObject class and populate data in the HTML from an applet. For this u have to have the class files on client side as well.
JSObject can be found under the package "netscape.javascript.*".
Nitin
 
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