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JSP Compatibility
 
Are your applets compatible with JSP?
 
Yes.
 
However, if you are heavily into server-side programming, you may start thinking that as the applet is a programme it has to go somewhere special in your server directories.
 
Always remember that applets are client-side. To any server, whatever it's running on, an applet is a heap of dead binary that does nothing except get delivered to the client when requested. That means: place applets alongside HTML files and similar normal page content such as images. Don't put them in strange special directories. (And read the Uploading FAQ in this advice centre).
 
You'll find all this repeated in technical language at www.jguru.com (for example), but the above should be sufficient to help you through.
 

 
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