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Urgent ..A doubt on JRE Pluggin

 
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Hi Everybody,
I'm developing a Chat Applet that is run on the browser.
The Browser will require the JRE pluggin to run the applet.
So i will be giving the < Object> tag asking the browser to download the JRE from some site(usually sun site). My Doubt is that.. is there any other means in which i can run the applet. Does the Browser really have to download the JRE, or can it just refer to some JRE that is present in some other site...
Please clear my doubts
...thanking you in advance
.....saj
(edited by Cindy to add a space to the HTML tag so that it wouldn't execute and swallow the rest of the page )

[This message has been edited by Cindy Glass (edited June 28, 2001).]
 
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The browser is responsible for its own JRE, most browsers will either have their own implementation built in or will have an option for the end user to specify the (local) location of a JRE.
 
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