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  1. #1
    kennon2000 Guest

    New to Java in web


    I am new to Java and JSP. I have so many questions in my mind. What I want
    to know is a broad view of Javabean compared to ActiveX. I have
    many experience about Microsoft's technique, but ActiveX is no use in webpage
    because of its security
    and compatability problem. If Javabean is good to use in webpage without
    these problem, should I spend
    time to learn it? If Javabean is that powerful, what is the usage of Applet?
    It is difficult to find
    free Javabean in Internet compared to free ActiveX, why?

    Moreover, does IE support Javabean? Can I use Javabean in normal .htm or
    .asp page instead of JSP page?

    It would be good if infy_qeek could send me the pdf or more information about
    using Javabean in JSP
    page. My email is kfkenneth@yahoo.com.hk

    Thank you very much!

  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: New to Java in web


    An Applet is like an ActiveX Control (Usually visual). A Javabean is like
    an ActiveX Object (Usually non-visual). There are alot of free java APIs.
    You should probably learn more about Java and that will help you find things
    and figure things out.

    The next version of IE will not support Java, so the answer to some of your
    question should be no. What are you wanting to do?

    Mark


    "kennon2000" <kfkenneth2001@yahoo.com.hk> wrote:
    >
    >I am new to Java and JSP. I have so many questions in my mind. What I

    want
    >to know is a broad view of Javabean compared to ActiveX. I have
    >many experience about Microsoft's technique, but ActiveX is no use in webpage
    >because of its security
    >and compatability problem. If Javabean is good to use in webpage without
    >these problem, should I spend
    >time to learn it? If Javabean is that powerful, what is the usage of Applet?
    > It is difficult to find
    >free Javabean in Internet compared to free ActiveX, why?
    >
    >Moreover, does IE support Javabean? Can I use Javabean in normal .htm or
    >.asp page instead of JSP page?
    >
    >It would be good if infy_qeek could send me the pdf or more information

    about
    >using Javabean in JSP
    >page. My email is kfkenneth@yahoo.com.hk
    >
    >Thank you very much!



  3. #3
    kennon2001 Guest

    Re: New to Java in web


    MarkN,

    Can you answer me in more details. Thanks.

    Ken


    "MarkN" <mnuttall@nospam.com> wrote:
    >
    >An Applet is like an ActiveX Control (Usually visual). A Javabean is like
    >an ActiveX Object (Usually non-visual). There are alot of free java APIs.
    > You should probably learn more about Java and that will help you find things
    >and figure things out.
    >
    >The next version of IE will not support Java, so the answer to some of your
    >question should be no. What are you wanting to do?
    >
    >Mark
    >
    >
    >"kennon2000" <kfkenneth2001@yahoo.com.hk> wrote:
    >>
    >>I am new to Java and JSP. I have so many questions in my mind. What I

    >want
    >>to know is a broad view of Javabean compared to ActiveX. I have
    >>many experience about Microsoft's technique, but ActiveX is no use in webpage
    >>because of its security
    >>and compatability problem. If Javabean is good to use in webpage without
    >>these problem, should I spend
    >>time to learn it? If Javabean is that powerful, what is the usage of Applet?
    >> It is difficult to find
    >>free Javabean in Internet compared to free ActiveX, why?
    >>
    >>Moreover, does IE support Javabean? Can I use Javabean in normal .htm or
    >>.asp page instead of JSP page?
    >>
    >>It would be good if infy_qeek could send me the pdf or more information

    >about
    >>using Javabean in JSP
    >>page. My email is kfkenneth@yahoo.com.hk
    >>
    >>Thank you very much!

    >



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