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Applet and Server communication

 
Greenhorn
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I am going to develop a system using applet, can you please tell me which communication to use and why?

1. Applet and Servlet Communication
2. Applet and Remote EJB Communication
3. Applet and HTTP Invoker Communication

Please tell me which is the best, Thanks in advance.
 
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Wouldn't that be determined by the component with which the applet wishes to communicate? For example, if the applet should communicate with an EJB, you obviously couldn't use applet<->servlet communication.

Where do you see the difference between applet<->servlet and applet<->HTTP invoker communication?
 
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