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Jo Tainc
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Hi all,


Thanks in advance to all who could help me for this problem.

I've written some jsp pages. In one of them, I open a new Java Window,
which is a simple Java Frame. If I test this directly on the Tomcat
server, everything works well.

But when I call the jsp page through a web browser of a distant client
(normal use), and when I want to see the java window, no window pops
up. It appears that the Java Window pops up on the server, and not on
the client side, which is what I wanted.

Could someone tell me how to make the Java frames appear on the client
side ? (Is it linked to the code or to the configuration of Tomcat ?)

Thanks in advance,

Alexis.
 
Paul Sturrock
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It appears that the Java Window pops up on the server, and not on
the client side, which is what I wanted.

JSP == Java SERVER Pages. The clue is in the name. If you want Java code to run on a client, then you will have to write some client code. In this context probably an Applet.
 
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