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Is it possible to run a Java Application server program on a remote web server (an ISPs) that will manage and communicate to applets launched by surfing to that particular web space provided by that ISP?
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To run from where ? from client machine ?
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Really dependant on your ISP.
If your ISP has Java installed on its server, and it allows you to run processes on it's server then yes you can run a Java application on the server.
This functionality could also be achieved by using a servlet.
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