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JNI and applet security in Internet Explorer

 
jeff cockburn
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I've got an applet that talks to a DLL on the clients machine. This DLL requires an array to be passed to it where is writes some data then returns it. I pass the array from the applet to the dll, ehich works fine in Netscape 4.77 after enableing UniversalLinkAccess but I get an access violation in IE 5.5. I have asserted FILEIO and NETIO to no avail. When I debug an error is traced to msjava.dll which generates a "memory could not be read" error. Are there other things I need to assert or am I just not allowed to do this in IE?
 
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