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Applet connectivity

 
Santosh Pasupuleti
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Can an applet connect to arbitrary hosts (other than the host from where the applet is down loaded) if an applet is signed?
 
amol deshpande
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It needs to be given right to do so in policy file. (Jdk 1.2 and above).

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Santosh Pasupuleti
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Thank you Amol. Could you please let me know how do I give the rights to the applet policy file? Where can I locate the policy file?
 
Santosh Pasupuleti
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Amol,
Thank you very much for answering my question.
Could you please let me know how do I give the rights to the applet policy file? Where can I locate the policy file?

Regards
Santosh
 
Laxmi Raghu
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U can create a your own policy file using java policy tool and give whatever permission you want.
 
amol deshpande
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Hi,
use 'policytool' s/w which is a part of JDK and that allows u to modify policy through a UI. Essentially it creates the '.java.policy' file which if you are knowledgable, can modify by notepad.
 
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