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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    Thanks, I'll do some investigating and tinkering and see what I can do..
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    That would be ideal, and this could be incorporated into a winform based on the .NET framework?
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    The code is being executed within a Winform application that pulls the desired data from an excel spreadsheet and outputs it to the applet..

    And yes, if I incorporate some sort of robot function...
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    Well my plan was never to change the applet code, I was just wondering if there's any way to expose the fields in order to automate an input process.

    Although this is clearly quite different from...
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    Well my plan was never to change the applet code, I was just wondering if there's any way to expose the fields in order to automate an input process.

    Although this is clearly quite different from...
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    Yes that is what I mean by field, essentially multiple textboxes for data input...

    Do you how I would go about getting a reference to the instance in the textfield? Unfortunately I do not know...
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    I have been able to obtain the Java applet code, by having this could I now somehow enter data into the applet fields?
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    That's what I was afraid of... I've considered a robot of some sort to move through but I don't think it would be worth it at that point.

    I was just really hoping that there was some way to modify...
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    Re: How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    As of now I have done nothing, I tried (unsuccessfully) to get the field ID's in order to see if I could perhaps still use my "Setattribute" command. But I really don't know much about Java.

    And I...
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    How can I access the feilds in java applet?

    Hello,

    I am a new poster here. I really don't have much experience with Java, but I have encountered a problem and it looks like I'm going to need to familiarize myself with it quickly.
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