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executing the appletviewer command without manually using the command prompt

 
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I have made an applet which uses a policy file in order to run. Hence I have to use the command :

appletviewer -J-Djava.security.policy=policyFileName Applet.html

I wish to upload the applet on a server. Also, I do not want any client who wishes to run the applet to go through the hassles of running the applet through the command line. Rather, I want to make it as simple as running on a click of a button. Can anybody please help me out how to go about in order to achieve it..?.

 
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Why don't you sign the applet, so that people can just run it from your web page?
 
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