2.13.7
The plugin action enables a JSP page author to generate HTML that contains the appropriate 
client browser dependent constructs (OBJECT or EMBED) that will result in the download 
of the Java Plugin software (if required) and subsequent execution of the Applet or 
JavaBeans component specified therein.
The 
 tag is replaced by either an 

 or 
 tag, as 
appropriate for the requesting user agent, and emitted into the output stream of the response. 
The attributes of the 
 tag provide configuration data for the presentation of 
the element, as indicated in the table below.
The 
 elements indicate the parameters to the Applet or JavaBeans 
component.
The 
 element indicates the content to be used by the client browser if the 
plugin cannot be started (either because OBJECT or EMBED is not supported by the client 
browser or due to some other problem).  If the plugin can start but the Applet or JavaBeans 
component cannot be found or started, a plugin specific message will be presented to the 
user, most likely a popup window reporting a ClassNotFoundException
Examples
name= molecule 
value= molecules/benzene.mol />

unable to start plugin

2.13.7.1
Syntax
code="objectCode"
codebase="objectCodebase"
{ align="alignment" }
{ archive="archiveList" }
{ height="height"         }
{ hspace="hspace"         }
{ jreversion="jreversion" }
{ name="componentName"   
}
{ vspace="vspace" } 
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