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Hi,
I have written a JApplet. I access it thru the browser. After the applet is displayed, i type a new URL and go to a new page. Now when i click on the back button, i get back my applet. My applet has a logon page. I notice that on revisiting the page , my Logon screen appears again. Even when i click on refresh button(whithout navigating to any other page) i notice that i get the Logon screen. Which means that my applet is destroyed and re-initialized. But i thought that on revisiting a page, only the 'start' method of The JApplet will be called. But this proves wrong for me. Am i wrong in any way?? Is there any means in which i can make my applet not destroy itself on refresh, but rather call just the 'start' method again??
I hope i get an answer for this. I need this very urgently
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Saj
 
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