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TCP Connect to Java Applet

I want to connect to a Java Applet. This applet can connect to the net, and i'm able to connect to this applet by another Java client.

However, when i try to connect to this Applet in Delphi by using IdTCPClient, nothing happens...

How can i connect to such a java applet (a normal serversocket).

Please ask for more info if needed. All points will be rewarded to the one who can solve my problem!...

Thanks,
Evarest
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shaneholmesCommented:
In order to comunicate with any Java Object from Delphi, you will need the Delphi/Jave bridge

(Jni)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/djbridge


SHane
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shaneholmesCommented:

OR

use the newer version of TWebBrowser... TEmbeddedWB at http://www.euromind.com/iedelphi/

the Java Applet has to be embedded in a html


Shane
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EvarestAuthor Commented:
It seems the problem has solved itself. I've been able to use a simple demo of TidTCPClient to connect to the Java Applet. Maybe the problem was in the program i used...

However, as said, i've graded all points to the first to solve (or to answer) my question...

Thanks anyway!
Evarest
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