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By joanne.brown ·
I have created a java application which will be viewed over a browser(IE5), I have included in this two javax.swing components but for some reason these will not appear in the browser. Does anyone know any issues with javax.swing components in browsers and if so how can I overcome these.

Joanne Brown
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by uno In reply to Java Beans and Browsers

Microsoft has chosen to leave out some core technologies of java, among them swing components and RMI. The easiest way to use swing in applets
is to download the java plugin from Sun Microsystems at
http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/index.html
This way you can always run the latest java stuff.

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by larry_widing In reply to Java Beans and Browsers

Joanne,

AAat this time, there are no browsers that offer support for Swing components in applets without using Sun's Java PLug-in. This has some additional problems, because the plug-in requires using a different tag in the HTML (<OBJECT> in IE, <EMBED> in Netscape) in order to be used.

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