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Applets and SSL

 
Vijendra Runwal
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Problem with Applets running on a browser with SSL.Applets run fine on http but have the problem while running on https gives an error. What might be the problem?
Any Solution?

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What kind of error? TellTheDetails
 
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basically the error is object not found error when i try to run it on https but the same code runs well on http.I just want to know the difference between loading applet on http and that on https.It's problem with SSL i think so. What i need to do for running/loading the applet on https(i.e on a secured site).


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Does the applet use HTTPS (by making a connection to a server), or is the page the applet is on retrieved by HTTPS? If the latter, then it seems more likely that it is a problem of the SSL setup, and has nothing to do with applets. Generally, applets are like any other passive web files - you don't need to do anything to retrieve them over HTTPS, compared to HTTP.

Where do you see the message "object not found"? Does the applet show it, does the JVM show it, does JavaScript show it, is it in the browser status bar, ...? Once again, TellTheDetails
 
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