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Where does IE store Applets?

 
Femi Alla
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Hi everyone,

When I write applets, and then have to make some modifications, it turns out that Internet explorer continues to display the old applet. It doesn't even help when I delete temporary Internet files. It's obvious that the applets are cached somewhere. Does anybody know where?

I use IE6 on Windows 2000, but I think the behaviour is the same on the lower versions of IE I've used.
 
Peter Gragert
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No, different version o windows save applets at different places.
w2k does is i.e. here
J:\Documents and Settings\Peter\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

More precisely in one of the subdirectories (varies) this is aproprate for user 'Peter' ..

I think "local settings" is 'always' inbetween

Hope this helps
Peter
 
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If you are using the Java Plug-In, it caches files independently of the browser. Check the Plug-In control on the Control Panel. It has a cache tab where you can clear the cache or get the cache directory.
 
Peter Gragert
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Joe,
nice to learn more ... I did not know your remark
 
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