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    Default Running a thread on another appilcation

    Hi Im new :)

    I have a question I hope this is the right place to ask.

    (1)I have a client running a thread on a server which makes a callback to the client and makes changes in it.
    I have second client, and I want when a certain button is clicked to start applying the first client's thread changes on it (1), meaning: when this button is pressed, the thread running on that server will apply the changes in the second client as well.

    Can anyone give me advice on how that can be done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    ....Can anyone give me advice on how that can be done?
    Possibly Servlets, how are you going about this?.... Can you show some code?
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    Is this really a client/server application using Sockets and IP addresses etc?
    If so how are you making callbacks from the server to the client?
    How does the server make changes on the client if they are running in two separate jvm?

    As in the previous post, How are you doing this?

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