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How does Java treat applets that are called by applets that are called by JavaScript code?  RSS feed

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The Java applet documentation says than an applet that is run using JavaScript code is always treated as a sandboxed applet, regardless of whether or not the applet is configured to be a privileged applet.

Let's say I have a privileged applet, and this privileged applet has public methods. I also have a sandboxed applet that acts as a liaison between the applet and a JavaScript script. When the sandboxed applet gets called by the JavaScript code, will the privileged applet be treated as a sandboxed applet?
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