R. Bruce Hoffman, Jr. writes:

>If the applet comes from the 400, it can connect to the 400.  The
>security issue is one of writing to the local platform from an applet or
>to a platform other than the one that delivered the applet.

Okay.  "Delivered the applet."  That's the confusing phrase for me.  Can I have
a web page hosted on, say, an NT web server containing an APPLET element with a
URL pointing to an applet on my AS/400?  And if so, can that applet then access
my AS/400?  I'd then instantiate an AS400 object with system name "localhost",

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