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How browser comes to know that this applet is going to acess the local file system?

 
prithvi s zankat
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I have noted that the applet doesn't loaded when there is a code inside it that access the local file system. My question is that how browser comes to know just by reading the bytecode that this appplet is going to access the localfile system before executing the it?
 
Ulf Dittmer
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It doesn't. The browser will load any applet, no matter what it does. It may throw exceptions because some operations are not allowed. Of course, if a disallowed operation happens in a constructor or static initializer, the applet can't be initialized properly, and won't run be able to run (in which case the browser may display a mesaage saying that the applet can't be loaded).
[ August 12, 2005: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
Norm Radder
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Which browser are you using?
There are differences between NS and IE when it comes to FilePermission errors. NS seems to quit before telling you the full story, IE is better with its error messages and access to the Java Console.
Also which version of the jre are you using?
All this detail can be meaningful in solving a problem
 
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