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Calling applet in a browser

 
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Hello all,

I have created an applet in my machine. I want to call the applet from another machine in a browser. What are the methods to do this.

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praveen

 
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The URL must contain the machine name (or IP address) of your machine (instead of "localhost" or whatever you use to access the server on your own machine.)
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:The URL must contain the machine name (or IP address) of your machine (instead of "localhost" or whatever you use to access the server on your own machine.)




Ie to access the applet created on my machine from another machines browser I have to use a web server like tomcat.
 
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yes
 
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Is there any other method?
 
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No. Why do you not want to run a web server? It's how the web works, you know :-)
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:No. Why do you not want to run a web server? It's how the web works, you know :-)



Thanks for the help.

 
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