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How to make Signed applet without java plugins

 
arun mahajan
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Hello,
At last I was able to acheive to make signed applet b using java plugins for Internet explorer. Is there any way for making a signed applet without using java plugins. Can you please provide me detailed steps for same.
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Arun
 
Manfred Leonhardt
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Hi Arun,
Look at the following link for a good starting point. If you don't use the plug-in you will need two different JAR files: 1 for IE and 1 for Netscape.
http://www.davidreilly.com/jcb/faq/javasigningfaq.html
Good Luck,
Manfred.
 
Joe Crew
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Hi arun,
Here is also a link about setting up your browser to swing without using plugins. I've used the same technique described to run swing applets without a plugin. Be aware before you begin you have to remove the pluggin currently installed in your system or the described method will have problems.
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Manfred Leonhardt
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Hi Joe,

You didn't give a link ...
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Manfred.
 
Joe Crew
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I made a mistake. I was getting ready to add the link I didn't earlier and I read again what you were talking about and it was signed applets and I thought you were asking about swing applets without the plugin. So I must appologize and say I don't have a link to offer you after all. Sorry.
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arun mahajan
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Joe if you don't mind can you provide the link for swing applet also. This would be great help in case I'll like to go for same.
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Arun
 
Joe Crew
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Sure here you go.
http://java.sun.com/products/jfc/tsc/articles/applets/index.html
Please keep in mind this is for jdk1.1.8 and swing 1.1.1 which is what I have to use for my projects. You can probably do something similar for jdk1.3 where swing is built into the jdk though I don't know for sure. Also at this link there is a "swing test". It does not work for me and I'm not sure why, but here is an applet test (I didn't write it but I don't know who to credit) to see if you have swing installed right. Also remember you will have to uninstall your java pluggin before you do any of this.
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Joe Crew
 
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