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YY Yong
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We have deployed a web application developed by JSP, Javascripts, Sturts and EBJs to a server. Do client machines need to install JRE to access the web application via IE6?
 
Ajay A Patil
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No, the client machines dont need JRE.
 
YY Yong
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The client does not need JRE because what the client needs to process is HTML (and some JScript) only and everything related to JAVA (JSP, servlets, EJBs) are processed by jar files deployed to the server. Am i right?
 
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Yes. Your Java web application runs on the server, not on the client, so you don't need a JRE on the client. The web application sends HTML and JavaScript to the client, which any webbrowser can process.
 
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