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Java2 Plugin ??

 
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Hi all friends,
Can any one tell me how I can install java2 plugin in my browser IE5.Coz I want to run one applet programme which is based on jdk1.2 and used some methods of jdk1.2 . My programme working fine on Dos-prompt with "appletviewer" command.when I tried to load that applet through html file on browser giving me error:java.lang.NoSuchMethod found. But Iam confused in my machine jdk1.2.2 is already installed then why it is not supporting my programme.I know IE5 have jvm version is 1.1
Plz guide me how I can slove this problem.
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Bikash :roll:
 
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Check this out. Basically you have to use the Object embed tag in your html to tell the browser to use the plugin instead of it's 'normal' jvm to run the applet.
http://www.tornadolabs.com/News/Java_Plugin/java_plugin.html
Hope this helps.
Sean
 
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you have to use the Object embed tag in your html to tell the browser to use the plugin instead of it's 'normal' jvm to run the applet
I don't have to do that.
When I installed JDK 1.3 and JDK 1.4, the installer asked me if I wanted to install the plug-in for IE. I said yes. Now IE uses the plug-in unless I tell it not to in the Internet Options.
The browser plug-in can be downloaded at http://java.sun.com/getjava/download.html .
Good Luck.
 
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Hi Drik,
Thanks for ur guide I download jdk1.4 plugin from ur given link.Now I can keep this plugin in my webserver and on loading of my Home page I can install this plugin on user browser.
Thanks
Bikash
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