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jNeha Jain

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Recent posts by jNeha Jain

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..?.

9 years ago
Thank you so much for the reply. I have already gone through the link you have provided but it hardly helped. I am new to signing applets and so could not decipher many of the things. As far as the inclusion of policy file in the jar file is concerned, can please clarify your point elaborately. I found a link :policy file in a jar which does throw light on it but not elaborately.
9 years ago
I wish to deploy an applet on a web browser through a html code. The applet requires a policy file to deployed successfully. Currently, I can deploy the applet through the command line as following:

java -J-Djava.security.policy= mypolicy.policy AppletDeployment.html

how can I add the policy file in a jar file and thereafter how do I deploy the applet?
9 years ago