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Jitin Rathod
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Hi all,
I have to compulsorily run all my programs and applets,etc. by giving the following path in my command prompt
"c:/jdk1.2.2/bin/...." and then only my programs executes. So please help me with my problem. You must have understood my problem so help me get out of it.

The other problem is when i am running the policytool by giving the same path it opens the permission tool but first it display me a message saying "Could not find Policy File c:\WINDOWS/.java.policy". But as click ok it lets me allow to add the permission but when i run the program it does not work. Please help regarding this too.
Thank You

[This message has been edited by Jitin Rathod (edited April 25, 2001).]
[This message has been edited by Jitin Rathod (edited April 25, 2001).]
 
Dewang Shah
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For your first problem, you need to add the java directory to your path.
Check you existing path entry and add an entry as
c:\jdk1.2.2\bin
 
Jimi Rock
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Hi,
There is no problem in the displayed message as it is displayed by defualt.
Why it doesn't work? you need to specify exactly what you did and what you get in order to be able to help you.
Regards,
Jimi.
 
Jitin Rathod
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Hi Jimi
For the policy tool i am adding permission for the image for my applet. I am having ACDSee installed on my pc, so can this be a problem.
Thank You
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Jimi Rock
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I don't think that it is a problem, I am not sure. but I advise you initially to add " All Permissions " as I did the first time. also , be sure that your jar file contains all the required classes to run your signed applet.
Regards,
 
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