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Problem in closing the browser in web forms

 
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Hi All,
We are facing a problem in closing the web browser which will be active in case of accessing the web forms runtime. When a web form is accessed, it will open a web browser and open the run-time applet separately. When the user exit from the web-form, the run-time applet is closed but the browser remains open. The user has to close it manually. Is there a way that the browser also can be closed when you close the forms - run-time?
Thanks in Advance,
UshaRaj.
 
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I'm not really sure what you are asking... but whatever it is, it has more to do with Applets rather than Swing/JFC/AWT, so I'm moving this post to the Applets forum...
 
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