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Re: Jresult client files on web

While I was investigating it,  I found some notes worth to be shared with all of you.
1.    The Java language is case sensitive, hence all text typed into JResultClient will be as-is.  That includes the web-address type into the Result Set Dialog.
2.    If posting the data files on a web site, please make sure the files are named as "SCRIPT.LST" and "SXXXXXX-XXX.TXT", all in upper case.  There is no specific reason about it except these are how they are saved from GEMS, and JResultClient simply hard-coded to look for them.
Hi Mark, you should be fine if https://home.earthlink.net/~meglobal/script.lst is renamed to https://home.earthlink.net/~meglobal/SCRIPT, and run JResultClient as standalone.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 21:14
Subject: RE: Jresult client files on web

Whitman, thanks for the very clear instructions. The steps you outline appear geared towards running JResults Client directly from the web page, which is exactly what many users have been asking for.


I have also been asked if a standalone installation of JResult Client on a specific computer can just grab the .lst and .txt files from a website – essentially using the web only as a means of making the data files accessible to a computer running JResult Client at a remote site.


Of course, this may be completely unnecessary if the steps you have outlined are used, but in theory, will this other method work?


Mark Earley

850 422-2100 - office/fax

850 322-3226 - cell



-----Original Message-----
From: owner-support@gesn.com [mailto:owner-support@gesn.com]On Behalf Of Whitman Lee
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 8:44 PM
To: support@gesn.com
Subject: Re: Jresult client files on web


The JResultClient.html can be used to specify the location of the applet when running from http server.  Attached is an updated version of JResultClient.html, please use a text editor to change the line from


<PARAM NAME="address" VALUE="">>


<PARAM NAME="address" VALUE="https://home.earthlink.net/~meglobal/">>

 and overwrite the JResultClient.html in your \Program Files\GEMS\JResultClient\ folder.

Then copy all the files in \Program Files\GEMS\JResultClient\ folder to https://home.earthlink.net/~meglobal/


Now all the .class, .gif and html files are all on the web site and they should work with each other happily.  You may even want to rename the file name to index.html on your web site.  This will run the html file when you enter https://home.earthlink.net/~meglobal/ from your browser.  Also it is good to set aside the data by moving the script.lst and other sXXX-XXX.txt to a sub-folder.





----- Original Message -----


To: Support

Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 10:56

Subject: Jresult client files on web


I am testing JResult Client’s ability to pull results off of a website. I placed some test results files at:




The files are script.lst, s1-0.txt and s19-0.txt. I cannot get JResult Client to give me the list of scripts when I hit refresh.


Is there some trick to the addressing I am missing, or is this most likely something wrong on my end? Everything works well if the files are on a local drive.




Mark Earley

850 422-2100 - office/fax

850 322-3226 - cell