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We have developed voice mail (in which it record,plays the sound)and in order to support voicemail in browser we r using plugin1.3.1.But the code is working fine with locally alongwith JMF2.1.1.It records the sound and even plays it locally.
But the same code is not working on net.It does not record the sound.Can you suggest which all jars are to be implemented on the client side for it to work?

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Sounds like sandbox again. What do you invoke to capture the audio?
 
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use jarsigner to get out the sandbox
BTW, if u r using JMF to record, you should enable capture while installing JMF. Otherwise, JMF will not record even in a trust applet!

I don't know whether sun (TM) gave another secruity denfinition on JMF. What's more, I am wondering whether JMF is pure java.

JMF is good but worse performance.
 
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