Please help me wrt JAVA ( VERY SMALL PROBLEM )


#1

hello respected seniors ,

can anybody tell me how to copy this or SUCH TYPE type of java POPUP pages from internet so that they can be viewed offline also as it is....

please help me


#2

Nseindia.com good!


#3

A little look into the page source tells that they have saved the jar/class files either in one of the root folders (one or more levels up public_html folder), or they are are restricting access to it if tried to call independently, but I think former is the case. Until you download the associated jar/class files, Applet won't load.

Someone with more knowledge with JAVA might be able to help you.


#4

I am not sure but Offline Explorer or other such software may allow you to store such pages completely for offline viewing.

Try it first from download.com


#5

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I am not sure but Offline Explorer or other such software may allow you to store such pages completely for offline viewing.

Try it first from download.com

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I tried most of offline explorers but its showing like following

help me out

ALSO I WANT TO COPY THIS ALSO IN MY PC

http://lsc.state.oh.us/synopses/confsyn125.nsf/All%20Bills?OpenView


#6

did you check this page:

http://www.devdaily.com/java/edu/pj/pj010020/


#7

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did you check this page:

http://www.devdaily.com/java/edu/pj/pj010020/

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tonnes of thanks for usefull and prompt reply “www.wiredpakistan.com ROCKS”


#8

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tonnes of thanks for usefull and prompt reply “www.wiredpakistan.com ROCKS”

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That page mentions the method that Ij have already tried on the nseindia applet, but as I mentioned before, you won’t be able to save the nseindia applet until you can get the class file. You can try yourself as well for your satisfaction, you might get lucky.


#9

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That page mentions the method that Ij have already tried on the nseindia applet, but as I mentioned before, you won’t be able to save the nseindia applet until you can get the class file. You can try yourself as well for your satisfaction, you might get lucky.

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you are right its not working any other way :frowning:


#10

i told u (s)he was Indian


#11

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i told u (s)he was Indian
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yeah it is confirmed now!

http://www.wiredpakistan.com/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=38551#p38551


#12

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yeah it is confirmed now!

http://www.wiredpakistan.com/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=38551#p38551

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funny thing is i asked him/her that and (s)he denied?

http://www.wiredpakistan.com/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=38191#p38191

i don’t know why? coz it would so good some person who is not related to Pakistan is member of this community, we can certainly share so much info about tech.


#13

The applet in question is supposed to be accessing some database for the stock index level, which is supposed to be stored on the server and won't be accessible ordinarily. So even if the applet is somehow downloaded, it won't work offline because the applet won't have access to that database.

But may be if you are after the code, you can decompile the class file and replace the database source with your own source for the applet to work...


#14

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The applet in question is supposed to be accessing some database for the stock index level, which is supposed to be stored on the server and won’t be accessible ordinarily. So even if the applet is somehow downloaded, it won’t work offline because the applet won’t have access to that database.

But may be if you are after the code, you can decompile the class file and replace the database source with your own source for the applet to work…

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so this means that there is no easy way to copy any java applet/ chart


#15

^ Not any, just the one's which have hidden (saved in a directory above public_html) or protected the Java class file.


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so this means that there is no easy way to copy any java applet/ chart
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Well I was able to copy the said page with applet via offline explorer enterprise, after some minor manual editing. The applet runs and draws the red line which is moveable by mouse in offline mode. However, the applet isnt showing any data. I decompiled it and found out that it acquires data from nse server while running, and thus requires to be online to be fullly functional.

In short, while it is moderately easy to copy any java applet, it isnt easy to make it fully offline capable if it doesn’t embed all the data and instead is programmed to retrieve data from server.


#17

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Well I was able to copy the said page with applet via offline explorer enterprise, after some minor manual editing. The applet runs and draws the red line which is moveable by mouse in offline mode. However, the applet isnt showing any data. I decompiled it and found out that it acquires data from nse server while running, and thus requires to be online to be fullly functional.

In short, while it is moderately easy to copy any java applet, it isnt easy to make it fully offline capable if it doesn’t embed all the data and instead is programmed to retrieve data from server.

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LOTS OF THANKS FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE