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On the Right-Top corner you will find 2 lines (similar to Marquee in HTML). If you move your mouse over it it will stop. If you drag it to the right side it will start scrolling right & if you drag it to your left it will start scrolling to your left.

I checked the source code and found that an applet has been used to do this. I was told that the values are read from a text file(formed from database)....

How can i generate this Ticker class with my data !!
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this loads a serialized String[] from the 'http://<codebase>/TickerFeed'
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i did not understand ...Venci75 can you plz. elaborate ?
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What is the location where i have to put my datafile ? Is it a *.txt file ? How should the data be in the *.txt file
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Listening..
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by:heyhey_
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note that if you use their applet/data without their permission, this is a pure theft.
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not a text file - it is a file, containig a serialized String[]. You can create it by using:
String[] data; // initialize this array.
FileOutputStream fos = new FileOutputStream("filename");
ObjectOutputStream oos = new ObjectOutputStream(fos);
oos.writeObject(data);

then this file must be accessible through:
'http://<applet host>/TickerFeed'
url.

... but I agree with heyhey - you must use this applet only with their permition ...
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