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mayscript attribute

 
Sarva Pandian
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Hi,
I have the line mayscript="true" in the embed tag of the html file. Still netscape 6.0 is not able to show the applet and showing the error "mayscript attribute is required for the applet tag". Is there any specific way in which the mayscript attribute has to be declared ?
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bill bozeman
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Are you putting this in the embed tag or the applet tag? I have never used the mayscript attribute, but from what I have seen it would just look like this:

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Sarva Pandian
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Hi Bill,
I am using the attribute in the embed tag. I have mayscript="true" in the embed tag. But still netscape 6.0 is not able to open up a new window (which needs to access a java class and javascript codes. I get the error message " mayscript attribute is needed for the applet ". Do you have any idea?.
Thanks
Sarva Pandian
 
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