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Applets - Page 2

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Displaying PDF Documents
by Gerald C.
Need the ability to view a PDF document within a ...
Embedding Multiple Applets in a Web Page
by Manoj K.
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Manually Positioning Buttons in a Java Applet
by Manoj K
You can use Java's layout managers to maintain the relative position of objects in an applet without manually repositioning them as the applet's size changes. However, you may occasionally want to ...
Providing an Alternative Image for the Non-Java Viewer
by Manoj Singh
You've taken the trouble to write a Java applet, so you naturally want everyone to see it. Unfortunately, there are some viewers that still don't have a Java-capable browser or their OS doesn't ...
Use the HTML Help Treeview Applet for Site Navigation
by Ken Cox
A treeview control helps users navigate a large site because they can expand and collapse nodes to keep the view manageable. A good example is the Microsoft Developer Network Online Library. You ...
Provide Default Values for Applet Parameters
by Nilesh Shah
You can customize your applets by providing parameters at runtime in <param>. But it is a good practice to always provide default values, when specific values for parameters are not provided.
Set Browser Window As Parent Of Modal Dialog
by Behrouz Fallahi
Sometimes, it is useful for an applet to launch a modal dialog whose parent is the browser window containing the applet. This is so when we'd like to get some data from a user via a dialog, and we'd ...
Java Applet Environment
by DevX Pro
Could you please elaborate on the difference between working in a Java applet environment and in a distributed client server environment.
Change the Gray Applet Background
by Behrouz Fallahi
Applets use a default background of gray, which may not be visually appealing to you. Besides, gray may be the background color of the web page on which the applet is loaded. ...
Load an HTML Page From Within an Applet
by Behrouz Fallahi
Applets are executed within a web browser, and there's an easy way to load show a specific URL. ...
Java Consoles Show What's Going On With Applets
by Behrouz Fallahi
Modern Java IDEs like Symantec's Visual Cafe and Inprise's JBuilder offer advanced applet debugging facilities. However, if you develop your applets using only the freely distributed JDK, it might be ...
Resize Applets in Browsers
by Behrouz Fallahi
With applets, sometimes the browser acts as the applet's frame. This prevents the user from mistaking the browser window for a separate application and closing it. With this approach, the applet does ...
Simulate a PDA in a Web Page
by DevX Pro
What is the best way to go about simulating a PDA (personal digital assistant) in a Web page? I want to simulate a change of menu many times. Can I use frames, CGI, or something else?
Servlets vs. Applets
by DevX Pro
We currently use applets to allow users to access a database, but are looking for ways to improve performance. Is a servlet-based solution faster than an applet-based solution?
Using Applet Viewer the Easy way
by Behrouz Fallahi
To test your applets using the applet viewer, put the following comment in your Java ...
Checking Browser Locale
by Dmitry Namiot
Similar to GzipServlet, this tip uses header information for ...
File.createTempFile()
by DevX Pro
I am attempting to use createTempFile and it works fine with JDK 1.2.2, but IE 4 and 5, and Netscape give me the following error: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: java/io/File: method createTempFile(Ljava/lang/String;Ljava/lang/String;)Ljava/io/File; not found. Why is this?
Use the Right Cursor Type to get ADO Record Counts in ASP
by Ken Cox
If you are trying to count the number of records within a recordset but you're getting back the value -1, then chances are you're using the wrong cursor type. ...
Setting Timeout for ADO
by William Wen
If you have a data driven Web site, you might provide functionality so that a user can delete records from the database via a Web page. If there are lots of records, you
Adding ADO 2.1 Reference to your VI6 project
by Willliam Wen
To use the ADO constants, you've probably added this piece of code to each of your ASPs: ...
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