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Beginner to J2EE

 
Emil Karlsson
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Hi,
I'm a beginner to J2EE, and I wonder if I have to do anything for the JRE and my apps to reach the J2EE classes?
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Naidu Jitta
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U don't need any special JRE for it as this will be taken care by server where aplication is running
 
Emil Karlsson
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Thanks.
OK,
the thing is that I have a applet that imports a package from a third party, that package needs some classes from J2EE. Does I have to set up something with my third party system? What I have done so far is that I have picked the classes needed and put them in a catalogue under the applet. That works during the development, but is not going to work in the real.
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Naidu Jitta
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Hai,
Y can't u limit the communication of the EJB's to some servlet or soem JSP. I mean the applet will communicate to the Servlet and from the servlet u can contact the beans.. thus reducing the overhead of downloading all the necessary stuff...to the client
Does this solves ur probelm?
With Regards,
J. P. Naidu
 
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