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I have an unsigned applet running under IE from which I want to print a report.  the report parameters are set in the applet.  How can i open a browser window with the report so that it may be printed?  The reports can also be run on another web server but I want this to be seamless.   Can a redirect be done by the applets web server?  Can the applet dynamically change the html which loaded it?  When the applet loads we use java script could we use java script for the reports as well.
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1. applet can call some JavaScript with report HTML code.
2. applet can implement a basic HTTP server that returns report pages upon requests like http://localhost:8000/report1.html
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