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Checking the Browser JVM

 
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How to check the JVM installed in the Browser from Applet?
Any help will be highly appreaciated.
Thanks.
 
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look at java.lang.System.getProperties(). The JavaDocs describe them in detail, but it looks like you might want to check these values:
 
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