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Thread: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

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    Default Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    I need a java applet that will query google keyword adword tool. However I want google adword keyword tool sees client ip addresses and not my server ip address.

    If I use my ip address , google adword keyword tool will ban my server ip for sure because it has only 1 ip address and I don't want to use proxies.

    I want google adword keyword tool to see only client ip addresses.

    Is this possible?

    Thanks


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    Default Re: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    Unsigned Java applets can only communicate with the server they were loaded from.

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    Default Re: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    thanks. Does it mean signed java applet can accomplish what I want?. Is there extra cost associated with signed java applets?sorry for the noob question. I know very little abt java applet

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    Default Re: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    Why do you want to use an applet instead of an application?

    A signed applet should be able to connect to other servers.

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    Default Re: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    to be honest... I only know PHP and I can code the server side app using php, however there is a part of the user interface that should be accomplished using maybe Java.

    Because there is no way in server side php web app to make it behave like desktop app .. i.e. Google see only my clients' ip addresses .

    I don't want to use proxies nor do I want to mask my server ip address.

    Can Java app accomplish that?I want the java applet or java app to be apart of my graphical user interface (user interface)

    Thx

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    Default Re: Java applet that can behave like dekstop app?

    You can write a java GUI that would work either in an application or in an applet.

    I don't know about your IP problem and proxies.

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