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    Default Swing object in JSP Page

    I have a JSP page designed and a swing that contains a login form designed separately.
    Now I want to embed the swing as an object into my webpage at the specified location.
    Please help me how to do it

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    Default Re: Swing object in JSP Page

    Jsp is just a way to generate html.

    If you want Swing inside html, you'll have to use an applet. But using an applet for a login page seems like overkill.
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    Default Re: Swing object in JSP Page

    I think I know what to do now.....
    Thanx for the advice...
    I'm new to java

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    Default Re: Swing object in JSP Page

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