Specifying applet parameters, attributes, and properties

After importing or linking an applet, you may need to set one or more of the following so that the applet runs correctly:

  • Parameters specify values the applet needs at startup and for correctly displaying the applet in your application. The HTML file lists parameters for the applet in <param> tags.

    To set parameters, use the Programmer's pane and click "Applet Parameters."

  • Body attributes specify values that are specific to a browser, such as alignment values. Attributes are set at run time using a formula. Domino® uses the formula to generate HTML code that is placed in the <applet> tag.

    To set attributes, use the Programmer's pane and click "HTML Body Attributes."

  • Alternate HTML attributes are usually used by browsers that do not support Java™. Domino uses the Alternate HTML attributes to generate HTML code that is placed in the <applet> tag.

    To set Alternate HTML attributes, use the Programmer's pane and click "Alternate HTML."

  • Properties specify how an imported or linked applet appears in the page, form. You can also use Java applet properties to hide the applet under specific conditions.

    To set properties, use the Java Applet Properties box.