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Applet not working for IE

 
Indira Devi
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Hello everybody
When i try to run JavaWebserver in Netscape 4.7,it works fine on my PC.But when i try the same in Internet Explorer 5.5,it just shows an empty space in the place of the Applet.Java is enabled in both the browsers.
Can anyone help me in this regard?
Thanks in advance
Indira.
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maateen ashraf
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just see the security policy of ie
& set ur applet signed.
 
mike mitchell
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I am having this same problem. For example if I go to http://www.swell.com/sw/getsurfmapsurfbreakreport?alias=newportpiercacam&videoType=java&videoPeriod=live
in Netscape 4.7 the web cam video stream runs fine. If I go to the same site using IE 5.5 I just get a "placeholder" in the frame. This is true for all java applets in IE 5.5 for me. I have lowere all security levels to "low" and it still doesn't work. HELP!!!
thanks,
Mike
Originally posted by maateen ashraf:
just see the security policy of ie
& set ur applet signed.

 
Frank Ying
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One thing you need to take care is that you may not used the new java api. you may compile your code using old api, and c if errors. You may get instantiation error if you used new api.
Originally posted by Indira Devi:
Hello everybody
When i try to run JavaWebserver in Netscape 4.7,it works fine on my PC.But when i try the same in Internet Explorer 5.5,it just shows an empty space in the place of the Applet.Java is enabled in both the browsers.
Can anyone help me in this regard?
Thanks in advance
Indira.

 
mike mitchell
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I don't know what you mean. Is there some setting in IE 5.5 that I should set? Again, everything runs fine in Netscape 4.7.
Thanks for the help,
Mike
Originally posted by Frankying:
One thing you need to take care is that you may not used the new java api. you may compile your code using old api, and c if errors. You may get instantiation error if you used new api.

 
mike mitchell
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I finally d/l a new copy of Virtual Machine from the MS website and now java works properly!! That's all it took!
Thanks,
Mike
 
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