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Applet closes all explorer window

 
amit sharma
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I open a applet from jsp page using object tag.In my boss laptop whenever
i call that page it closes all the explorer window .Is it my software bug or bug in
explorer.In other Pc it works fine
How to solve this problem
Is it bcoz of the difference in java version
My code is this
<OBJECT classid="clsid:CAFEEFAC-0015-0000-0000-ABCDEFFEDCBA"
width ="200" height="200"
codebase ="http://java.sun.com/update/1.5.0/jinstall-1_5_0-windows-i586.cab#Version=1,5,0,0">
<param name ="archive" value ="xx.jar">
<param name ="code" value ="xx">
<param name ="codebase" value ="xx">
<param name ="map" value="PUNE">
<param name ="RRATE" value="0">
<param name ="user" value="xx">
<param name ="level" value="x">
<param name ="sessionid" value="xx">
<param name ="VehicleList" value="">
<param name ="IsCallCenterUser" value="x">
<comment>
<embed
type="application/x-java-applet;version=1.3"
pluginspace="http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.3/download.html"
code="xx"
codebase="xx"
width=50 height=50 archive ="MWin.jar" map="PUNE"
user="xx" level="x" sessionid="xx" RRATE="0" IsCallCenterUser="x">
<noembed>
Support for JDK 1.3 could not be found.
</noembed>
</embed>
</comment>

</OBJECT>
Thanks
 
Ben Souther
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Hello Dmay.
We have a forum specifically devoted to applets.
I'll move this thread to that forum for you.
 
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Presumably IE is crashing. By definition, a bug in a Java program can never crash any program; if you see a crash, it has to be a VM bug, or a bug in the program that's hosting the VM (IE). Just make sure the boss's laptop is up to date with Windows patches and such, and also that he's got the latest version of the Java plugin -- and of course (and this is the hardest problem on Windows, and especially for a non-technical person's computer) make sure the machine doesn't have any crapware installed (i.e., things like Bonzi Buddy) that could be causing the crash.
 
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