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Anonymous
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I've got an applet that talks to a DLL on the clients machine. This DLL requires an array to be passed to it where is writes some data then returns it. I pass the array from the applet to the dll, ehich works fine in Netscape 4.77 after enableing UniversalLinkAccess but I get an access violation in IE 5.5. I have asserted FILEIO and NETIO to no avail. When I debug an error is traced to msjava.dll which generates a "memory could not be read" error. Are there other things I need to assert or am I just not allowed to do this in IE?
 
Jim Yingst
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Hi Jeff, welcome to JavaRanch. This particular forum is actually intended for discussion about the JavaRanch web site itself, not the Java language. That's what all our other forums are for. Go to the Big Moose Saloon link to see a list of our topics, and pick one appropriate to your query. ("Applets" seems like a good choice here.)
Also, you need to re-read our user name policy - we need to see a space between your first and last name. Please re-register as "Jeff Cockburn" to repost your query. Thanks.
 
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