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Re: Mathematica on the Web

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  • Subject: [mg21726] Re: Mathematica on the Web
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 03:45:28 -0500 (EST)
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
  • References: <86e8su$>
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Mathematica 4.0.x comes with a MathLink interface for Java in the 
unsupported goodies section of the AddOns/MathLink directory.

Mail me if you have somthing working on you www-site. I would like to
what DeleteFile[] can do for me and you www-site :-))

In other words, you need a secure kernel that has removed all file
A simple filter will not work because you can create calls like

(ToExpression[StringJoin[{"D", "e", "l", "e", "t", "e", "F", "i", "l",
"e"}]]) @@ {"*"}

that can't be recognized as destructive.

Hope that helps

Alan Lewis wrote:
> I have some Mathematica code I would like to implement on the
> Web in an interactive manner. Ignoring the licensing issue for the
> moment, some questions.
> Is it possible for a java applet to call Mathematica and receive back
> values (including graphics) for display? How about just calling
> the graphics routines? (I ask this because I have seen some links
> to Graphics3D viewers, although these viewers do not seem to
> be interactive, in the sense that you can change Module parameters)
> More generally, what is the most straightforward way to call Mathematica
> and return html dynamically? Are there any examples of this besides
> integration servers?
> Any comments or links highly appreciated.
> Alan Lewis

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