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How to start another browser screen !

 
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Hi.
I am trying to start another browser screen if some condition evaluates to true.
If using IE than another IE and if using Netscape than another Netscape.
Can someone point me in the right direction please, what JAVA method does this for me ?
Documentation ?
 
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Try looking at the process and Runtime classes.
Process p = Runtime.getRuntime().exec("C:\Program
Files\myProgram\mycommand.exe");
 
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hi,
if u r using Application then the solution using Process should work fine as suggested,
if u use Applet then u can use JavaScript and Applet communication using JSObject package (try search on google for netscape.JSObject) and use JavaScript for opening a new window..
hth,
maulin
 
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Hi.
I am reconsidering my approach fundamentally.
I am thinking that there is one single access point through the applet from the web-server to the app-server.
All other processing will then be in the app-servers with servlets calling servlets...
Commentaries and thoughts always appreciated.
TIA
 
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Moving to servlets.
 
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