[sip-comm-dev] Applet support


#1

I need to run the sip-communicator in a web browser. Can anyone help??

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#2

I have been working with a few other people to test S-C to identify
changes needed to run as an applet in a browser. It won't run properly
as-is, and is quite a large (slow) download. We are also identifying
ways to strip it down to work well in that environment. Would you like
to coordinate your requirements with ours, so our team can finish
together?

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On Tue, 2007-07-31 at 01:10 -0700, kevin ramani wrote:

I need to run the sip-communicator in a web browser. Can anyone help??

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#3

The main requirement is to get the Sip-Communicator running in a web browser. So if the gui part can be converted to an applet, it would enable the S-C to run under a browser. Our team is working on tracking the control that flows when the application gets started. If we can understand the flow of the program, then maybe it would be easier to know where to make the changes.

If you have any suggestions regarding what needs to be done in converting this application to an applet, then please do help.
Matthew Rubenstein <email@mattruby.com> wrote: I have been working with a few other people to test S-C to identify
changes needed to run as an applet in a browser. It won't run properly
as-is, and is quite a large (slow) download. We are also identifying
ways to strip it down to work well in that environment. Would you like
to coordinate your requirements with ours, so our team can finish
together?

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On Tue, 2007-07-31 at 01:10 -0700, kevin ramani wrote:

I need to run the sip-communicator in a web browser. Can anyone help??

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#4

Do you have a list of failures and other issues from when you run S-C
as a browser applet? Which version of S-C are you using? What are you
using as a server?

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On Tue, 2007-07-31 at 05:05 -0700, kevin ramani wrote:

The main requirement is to get the Sip-Communicator running in a web
browser. So if the gui part can be converted to an applet, it would
enable the S-C to run under a browser. Our team is working on tracking
the control that flows when the application gets started. If we can
understand the flow of the program, then maybe it would be easier to
know where to make the changes.

If you have any suggestions regarding what needs to be done in
converting this application to an applet, then please do help.
Matthew Rubenstein <email@mattruby.com> wrote:
        I have been working with a few other people to test S-C to
        identify
        changes needed to run as an applet in a browser. It won't run
        properly
        as-is, and is quite a large (slow) download. We are also
        identifying
        ways to strip it down to work well in that environment. Would
        you like
        to coordinate your requirements with ours, so our team can
        finish
        together?
        
        On Tue, 2007-07-31 at 01:10 -0700, kevin ramani wrote:
        > I need to run the sip-communicator in a web browser. Can
        anyone help??
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        (C) Matthew Rubenstein

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