I have a chat program in RMI whose front end is applet. It runs fine with appletviewer. But when I open the applet in Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator it does not function correctly. Can anybody please explain me why.
I have written a chat application and am writing an Instant messenger using RMI, and through out I have realised that applets and RMI are not really easy to work with. Browsers have their own securities. The ports they listen to might always give security exceptions when using RMI. Appletviewer security is in compliance with RMI. In fact, creating policy file using the policytool is not always successful. I stick to frames and RMI now..
Dear Friends, I have also the same problem. I am calling the Croba method through the applet class. I can able to RUN this applet thr' the applet viewer, but not able to RUN it thr' the IE/Netscape. Can you pls tell me what setting I required to do? Also tell me about that Java.policy file.. Hoping ur reply & thanks in advance.. Prashant
Originally posted by Arunagiri, Shanmugham: Hi, Only way to use RMI chat programs on Browsers like IE and Netscape is to clear the security, by editted the java.policy file with policy tool and give write permission. Arun SCJP
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