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You do have choices when it comes to viewing line data. You can view the line
data on a Web browser using one of the applets or view the line data as ASCII or
native mode by setting the LineView parameter in the arswww.ini file to ASCII,
applet, or native.
There are two line data applets in the /applets directory:
ODWEK uses the older line data applet by default. To use the Version 2 applet,
edit the arswww.ini file and add the following line in the line to the Default
Browser section of the arswww.ini file:
To launch new line data applet:
1. Launch a browser and go to the ODWEK home page.
If you launch the browser on the same machine where you install HTTP
server and ODWEK, enter the following URL:
Otherwise, enter the following URL:
Substitute congo with the server in your setup.
2. Sign on to the OnDemand server.
3. On the Select a folder screen, select a folder that has some line data.
4. Search for a line data file you want to display,
5. Select one of the line data files from the hit list. ODWEK opens the line data
file in the new line data applet. If you do not select a line data document, the
line data applet will not launch.
What’s new in the data applet Version 2
Figure 12-21 shows the new line data applet. As mentioned earlier, the new
applet is built on Java Swing technology, which has a much more user friendly
interface and has richer browser user interaction capabilities.
Important:You must have JRE 1.4.1 or higher to use the new line data applet,