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From Luiz Gustavo <luizgustav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Pivot Web Application Example
Date Fri, 26 Mar 2010 12:37:35 GMT
Hi Todd,

thanks for your answer.
Following your sugestion, I created two projects. One for the Pivot classes
and markups (this is the application jar file) and another project for the
web application, that uses the pivot application jar file.
The imagens show project details and the main page, that would load the
applet. I'm getting errors because the applet isn't able to load the
Am I missing something?


Luiz Gustavo

2010/3/26 Todd Volkert <tvolkert@gmail.com>

> Hi Luiz,
> The only real requirement is that your jar files are locatable via HTTP on
> the same domain as your HTML page containing the applet.  Then, you will
> generally use Sun's Java Deployment Toolkit (a Javascript file containing
> cross-browser JS) to detect the user's Java plug-in version and write out
> the applet tags (or force them to install the Java plug-in).  Examples of
> this can be found in the online Pivot demos (e.g.
> http://pivot.apache.org/demos/kitchen-sink.html for a full-screen app, and
> http://pivot.apache.org/demos/decorators.html for a non-full-screen one).
> The only thing that springs to mind with your EJB question is that you
> might have to sign your jar files to perform cross-domain requests legally
> from within the applet.
> Let me know if you have any questions about the parameters that are being
> passed to the applet in the examples.
> Cheers,
> -T
> On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 2:02 AM, Luiz Gustavo <luizgustavoss@gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi!
>> Could anyone post in some place (or send me) some example or reference of
>> a web application based on Pivot?
>> All the examples on the project site are desktop based, and it would be
>> nice to have some clear explanation on how to configure a web based project.
>> For example: How to organize artifacts in a project and how to configure a
>> web page to load the components. And, even more, how could I comunicate with
>> EJB components if I decide to deploy the web application based on Pivot in a
>> machine, and deploy EJB components in another machine?
>> Sorry if these sounds like stupid questions or necessities, but since the
>> tecnology aims to be used in both platforms, web and desktop, its necessary
>> to show examples in both cases for a fast evaluation.
>> In my specific case, I have to set up an architecture possibly using
>> Pivot, and its being difficult to find direct examples for a fast prototype.
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Best regards.
>> Luiz Gustavo S. de Souza
>> Analista de Sistemas - Desenvolvedor Java
>> http://luizgustavoss.wordpress.com
>> http://luizgustavoss.blogspot.com
>> http://twitter.com/lugustso

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