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"Java Applet window" message

 
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When my client side application is working at remote mode, there is always a "Java Applet window" status bar added on the bottom of the screen. What's that? Is this because I am using RMI?
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funny you mentioned that. I get the same thing happen on my pop-up dialog boxes. This happens on Windows XP and NT operating systems.
Anyone know why this happens and how to get rid of it??
Rich
 
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Heh Do you have a security policy in place? If yes, then remember to grant yourself java.awt.AWTPermission showWindowWithoutWarningBanner.
- Peter
 
Leo Xie
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Originally posted by Peter den Haan:
Heh Do you have a security policy in place? If yes, then remember to grant yourself java.awt.AWTPermission showWindowWithoutWarningBanner.
- Peter


It works after I add the permission in the policy file.
Thank you Peter
[This message has been edited by Leo Xie (edited November 27, 2001).]
 
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