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From ScottDerrick <sc...@tnstaafl.net>
Subject Re: Running derby in an applet continuously?
Date Wed, 17 Sep 2008 13:05:43 GMT

I am using frames of a sort as the site is rails based.  

Most of the site uses one "Layout" which is a railsish frame..  

Inserting a hidden top frame into all the layouts maybe a good answer.



Donald McLean-3 wrote:
> You might have to reduce your site to one page and use AJAX (or
> something similar) to fill in the content. If I'm not mistaken, the
> applet goes away when you change pages.
> It might be possible to use frames and have the applet run in one
> frame and have the other frame be dynamic.
> This seems like a rather peculiar requirement. You might have to
> experiment with different approaches.
> Donald
> On Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 4:03 PM, ScottDerrick <scott@tnstaafl.net> wrote:
>> I am using embedded derby in an applet.
>> I need to have it be running whenever the user is on my site, no matter
>> what
>> page they are on.
>> How can I do this?

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