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From Peter Carter <>
Subject Re: Could be a stupid question.......
Date Wed, 13 Nov 2002 15:59:34 GMT
You were right, I did imply that it was an applet. All the examples I 
have seen are that. I just do not want to get started on a sizable 
project and have to go opps..... ;)

On Wednesday, November 13, 2002, at 06:21 AM, Phil Wilson wrote:

> This could be a stupid answer but....a webstart application doesn't 
> have to be a Java applet (which you seem to imply by your mail, 
> apologies if I'm wrong), it can be a full application, which means you 
> can use the normal XML-RPC library, this is what I do in a webstart 
> app of my own.
> Unless you're bound for some reason to making your webstart 
> application an applet, then don't. :)
> Phil
>> I am about to write a webstart application (applet) using rpc. Do I 
>> *have* to use the applet version, or can I use the full client? I 
>> just noticed no executeAsync method in the applet code.
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