Jay Lockwood

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Recent posts by Jay Lockwood

Raghav -
You are too kind! -j
22 years ago
Thanks so much for all replys.
I'm convinced my problem is not related to the JavaScript, HTML, nor Java. The following example from Sun also fails on my desktop:
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jsp?forum=30&thread=168544
I suspect my best chance for help will be Sun. Thanks again.
Regards,
jay
22 years ago
I am so sorry; I should have written that I can't call a public method in my SWING APPLET! I have been able to call public methods in non-swing applets.
Sorry...

Originally posted by Rakesh Ray:
I can not understand what seems to be the problem.
Following is not enough to call (PUBLIC) applet method from any browser??
I am using it and working fine both in IE and Netscape!!
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22 years ago
I have the same problem; were you fortunate enough to solve yours? A code snipet would be appreciated.
Regards,
jay

Originally posted by Raghvendra Sharma:
hi there,
I am facing this problem of interaction between my JApplet and the javascript code. The javascript code doesn't recognize the applet as an object. It says, document.<appletname> is not an object.
What do i do ?? Any helps..
regards
raghav..


22 years ago
For the life of me, I can't get my browsers to recognize and call my applet method. Would you mind sending me or posting a snippet? Thanks in advance. -j

Originally posted by Dennis Spathis:
I've managed to figure out how to call applet methods from JavaScript using the Java Plug-in and the OBJECT tag in IE or the EMBED tag in Netscape.
Thanks,
Dennis


22 years ago