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Using File class in Netscape using Win98

 
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I have created an applet and have all the necessary certificates and everything is signed. The applet allows the user to access their local drive to upload files. This works for IE and Netscape under Windows NT and works for IE under Windows '98 but when I try it under Netscape, I get errors. I have a File class that contains "c:\\" but when I try to create an array of Strings by calling the list() on the File class, it doesn't bring anything back.
Remember this works on Netscape in Windows NT.
Any ideas or anyone have the same problem ???
Thanks a million,
Jonathan
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I have no solution to this question but I would like to learn to do that 'certification-stuff'. Would you be so kind to give a hint where to find info about this sort of 'certifying applets'?
Idea: IE has options with respect to security issues, probably it is available in Netscape too and you forgot it in the other environment??
 
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