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I using Swing in an applet and use IE 5.0 to browse it. But the applet can not been instantialized in the browser.
Any alternative approach in server side to solve the problem except to intall a Java Plug-in in the client side?
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Hi,
Not a realistic one. The only other choice is for you to include the 3Meg Swing jar file inside your own and everytime someone loads your applet they must wait for the whole thing.
Sorry,
Manfred.
 
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Hi, Manfred,
Thank you for your helpful reply.
I think your approach is viable, because my applet and page is for local browsing. But I can only see rt.jar not Swing jar in JDK 1.3.
Would you pleas tell me how to ge the

3Meg Swing jar file

and how to

include

it?
Thand you again!
Jianping

Originally posted by Manfred Leonhardt:
Hi,
Not a realistic one. The only other choice is for you to include the 3Meg Swing jar file inside your own and everytime someone loads your applet they must wait for the whole thing.
Sorry,
Manfred.

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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