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  1. #1
    Reuben Guest

    Loading Web Page from Applet


    Hello,

    I have a web page with two Frames. The left frame is a Java Applet Treeview,
    and the rigth frame is where I need to load a web page, depending on where
    the user clicks in the Treeview Applet.

    How can I accomplish this, using Java and ASP? Also, would using Servlets/JSP
    help me solve this problem? The problem is not simply one of loading a web
    page upon a click event, but loading it in the Frame on the right hand side
    of the page. In HTML, I would simply provide the "Target=<Frame Name>" Argument
    in the HREF, but I can't seem to find a way to do this in Java.

    Thanks very much,
    Reuben Cleetus.

  2. #2
    Rocco Balsamo Guest

    Re: Loading Web Page from Applet

    This is from a previous post:

    >>Yry this in your event code:


    >>getAppletContext().showDocument(URL, _blank);


    >>In fact you can open up a URL in any valid frame using this:


    >>getAppletContext().showDocument(URL url, String target);


    >>HTH,


    >>Tom Duffy
    >>Assistant Professor, CIS
    >>Norwalk Community College
    >>http://www.bright-moments.com/javasite




    Reuben wrote:

    > Hello,
    >
    > I have a web page with two Frames. The left frame is a Java Applet Treeview,
    > and the rigth frame is where I need to load a web page, depending on where
    > the user clicks in the Treeview Applet.
    >
    > How can I accomplish this, using Java and ASP? Also, would using Servlets/JSP
    > help me solve this problem? The problem is not simply one of loading a web
    > page upon a click event, but loading it in the Frame on the right hand side
    > of the page. In HTML, I would simply provide the "Target=<Frame Name>" Argument
    > in the HREF, but I can't seem to find a way to do this in Java.
    >
    > Thanks very much,
    > Reuben Cleetus.



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