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From Duncan Mills <>
Subject Re: [OT]Applet question, open in new JVM
Date Tue, 25 Jan 2005 09:19:00 GMT
Very Very Off Topic :-)

Generally the answer to this is you can't.  If you use IE you can 
configure it to start multiple IE processes, in which case both can have 
their own JVM's but that assumes control over the User's configuration 
which is not very sensible, and that the applets will be run in separate 
windows.  The other option is to cheat and use one JVM native, and the 
other as a plug-in - again not very satisfactory, and I've seen browsers 
crash doing that so probably not recommended.

So I think the solution is to revise the way you store the information 
don't you?


Duncan Mills
Senior Principal Product Manager
Oracle Application Development Tools

Ashish Kulkarni wrote:

>I was working on a Applet in which i had some static
>methods in a class with some applet data, it was
>working great untill i had to develop another applet
>which uses these static methods, now the problem is
>the data is getting mixed when i open both the
>i want to know if i can open the second applet in new
>JVM so it will be a different applet JVM, as if the
>applet is from 2 different web sites
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