html help vs java help (beginner's question)

Subject: html help vs java help (beginner's question)
From: Joe Malone <joe -at- VNETTECH -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 1998 11:45:18 -0800

I need to do help for a Java application that "runs" on the user's
browser (the browser connects to a Java server). The Java server will
currently run on NT and Solaris machines, and Netscape, IE, and HotJava
browsers can connect to it.

Do I do Java help using Jelp or Oracle's Java help or whatever, or do I
do html help? what's the difference? I'll be doing the help in NT.

Thanks in advance for any enlightenment.

joe -at- manage -dot- com




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