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Trusted Applet Not Using Plugin

 
Matt DeLacey
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Hey all,
I want to create a trusted applet that runs on the web (viewable by Netscape and/or (preferably or) IE. However, I don't want to insist that visitors have a VM other than that which exists in their browsers. Is it possible to create a trusted applet that can run in Netscape and IE without using the plugin? I want to write data to a file on the server from the the applet.

With Respect,
Matt
 
maateen ashraf
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u cannt write the file untill ur applet is signed by the www.w3c.com
which is standred organization which makes the applet signed
try to send ur code there & request them to make ur applet signed
they'll provide u with security safe certificate
which meanes that ur applet is not harmfull to browsers
try it
hope it will help u out
 
Matt DeLacey
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Thanks for your reply, but recpectfully, that's not what I was asking. I was asking if your applet has to be run in a browser that has the plugin i.e. can you make a trusted applet that runs in browsers that do NOT have the plugin.

With Respect,
Matt
 
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