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We are using an applet to communicate with a servlet and at times it throws up an exception in IE :
java.io.IOException: InternetReadFile
at com/ms/net/wininet/WininetInputStream.read
at java/io/InputStream.read
at java/io/InputStreamReader.fill
at java/io/InputStreamReader.read
at java/io/BufferedReader.read
at com/sun/xml/parser/InputEntity.fillbuf
at com/sun/xml/parser/InputEntity.peek
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.peek
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.maybeXmlDecl
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.parseInternal
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.parse
at com/sun/xml/tree/XmlDocument.createXmlDocument
at info/components/DOMTreeGenerator.initiateParsing
at info/components/InformaticsApplet.receiveData
at info/screens/ParentApplet.init
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.securedCall0
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.securedCall
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.processSentEvent

Would be helpful if any of you could throw some light on this and give a solution.
Thanks in Advance!
 
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Originally posted by VijayAnanthan Manickam:
We are using an applet to communicate with a servlet and at times it throws up an exception in IE :
java.io.IOException: InternetReadFile
at com/ms/net/wininet/WininetInputStream.read
at java/io/InputStream.read
at java/io/InputStreamReader.fill
at java/io/InputStreamReader.read
at java/io/BufferedReader.read
at com/sun/xml/parser/InputEntity.fillbuf
at com/sun/xml/parser/InputEntity.peek
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.peek
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.maybeXmlDecl
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.parseInternal
at com/sun/xml/parser/Parser.parse
at com/sun/xml/tree/XmlDocument.createXmlDocument
at info/components/DOMTreeGenerator.initiateParsing
at info/components/InformaticsApplet.receiveData
at info/screens/ParentApplet.init
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.securedCall0
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.securedCall
at com/ms/applet/AppletPanel.processSentEvent

Would be helpful if any of you could throw some light on this and give a solution.
Thanks in Advance!


I am seeing this same issue. Have you found any answers?
 
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It looks like you're using J++. You might try asking in a Microsoft forum.
 
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There is a bug in older Microsoft Java-VM that comes with Internet Explorer 4 and 5. This bug will prevent SuperCell from reading Boltek-files. In the case that you get the error java.io.IOException: InternetReadFile when trying to read a Boltek .dat-file, (look in "View->Java-console") you know you will have to upgrade your Internet Explorer Java-VM. Download the upgrade at Microsoft. Filesize is around 5.7 MB. Microsoft strongly encourages you to do this upgrade since it also fixes certain security issues.
 
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