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Hi,
I like to ask if any of you know if it is possible to load and show a java applet on a form created win VB.Net or C#.
After loading and show of a java applet, is there any way to control this applet's behavior (receiving events, sending parameters to the applet, reading properties from applet's public objects etc.)?
Is there any source code example available?
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Hi mpdim2005,

If you just need to show the Applet in a windows form, use Web Browser automation i.e. add a webBrowser control in your Form.
and if some properties are exposed to javascript from Java Applet, you may get them

Cheers!
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