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Hi,

I would like to have a confirmation.

I evaluate the possibility to use a JavaFX application (JavaFX2 ?) for a distributed web application.

My question:

Is it possible to send a mail on the client side ?
With file attachment ?

The idea is to open the mailclient with an attachment in it.

Like I should do with a Swing application with java.mail API ?

Thanks a lot for help

Stephane
 
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You should be able to use the existing JavaMail library.
 
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Thanks.

Is it possible to mix both technologies - GWT and JavaFX ???

The idea is to have an GWT application who "embed" a small JavaFX application in the banner by exemple that allow to send mail on the client side with an attachement ?
This to "hack" the fact that mailto don't allow attachment.

You think it is faisable ?

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You can export the JavaFX app as an Applet and then embed it in your HTML page. But I think GWT should take care of this.
 
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