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how to pass values from jsp to applet

 
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hi,

i want to pass values from Jsp to applet and to read them in applet code

here is my code

<%String empid= request.getParameter("ID");%>

<jsp:plugin type="applet"
code="applet/PrintApplet.class"
codebase="http://localhost:8080/myadmin";
jreversion="1.6.0"
archive="http://localhost:8080/myadmin/PrintApplet.jar";
name="PrintApplet"
width="520"
height="520">
<jsp:params>
<jsp:param name="empID" value="<%=empid%>">
</jsp:params>
<jsp:fallback> Your browser do not support applets! </jsp:fallback>
</jsp:plugin>


the following is the error

org.apache.jasper.JasperException: /CaptureFinger.jsp(122,36) The <jsp:param tag can only have jsp:attribute in its body.
org.apache.jasper.compiler.DefaultErrorHandler.jspError(DefaultErrorHandler.java:39)
org.apache.jasper.compiler.ErrorDispatcher.dispatch(ErrorDispatcher.java:405)
org.apache.jasper.compiler.ErrorDispatcher.jspError(ErrorDispatcher.java:130)
 
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You're missing a "/" somewhere in there.
 
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sreenivas jeenor wrote:
<jsp:plugin type="applet"
code="applet/PrintApplet.class"
codebase="http://localhost:8080/myadmin";
jreversion="1.6.0"
archive="http://localhost:8080/myadmin/PrintApplet.jar";
name="PrintApplet"
width="520"
height="520">



I suggest 3 changes to the element.



  • Change the code attribute to a fully qualified class name
  • Shortened the code base to make it portable across domains
  • Shortened the archive attribute to be relative to code base


  • Those changes will not solve the problem though (or if they do, it would be pure luck).
     
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    I generally advise to create an APPLET tag directly instead of relying on jsp:plugin to do the right thing.
     
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    Ulf Dittmer wrote:I generally advise to create an APPLET tag directly instead of relying on jsp:plugin to do the right thing.



    I don't use JSP at all. For embedding applets and JWS launch buttons, I use deployJava.js .
     
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