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Taha Mohamed

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Recent posts by Taha Mohamed

Anna,
I had the same problem like yours. I was not able to find any good solution. I had to reinstall IE 5.5 and the applets were loading fine after that.
If you find a simpler solution for this, I will appreciate if you can let me know by replying to mgani@uswest.com or deartaha@yahoo.com.
19 years ago
sunil,
I have similar problem. My applets were running fine some time back. Recently they were not running in the IE browser although they were running in the Applet Viewer. I think its probably because I installed JRunner ( which is an application that will run java class files to run automatically when you double click from the filemanager)
Do you think that I need to reinstall IE5 or JDK. which one to do first.
Someone please help
Taha Mohamed
19 years ago
sunil,
I have similar problem. My applets were running fine some time back. Recently they were not running in the IE browser although they were running in the Applet Viewer. I think its probably because I installed JRunner ( which is an application that will run java class files to run automatically when you double click from the filemanager)
Do you think that I need to reinstall IE5 or JDK. which one to do first.
Someone please help
Taha Mohamed
19 years ago
The old class may be in cache.
After you load the new class you need to restart the server !!
Try and let me know if it works
Taha
19 years ago
Faisal,
I just passed the IBM pre assesment exam with 70%. If you can find something about the free voucher, could you please let me know?
Thanks
Taha
Dear All,
There is a simple solution for this. Try using scope="page" (instead of scope="session") in your <jsp:UseBean> Tag.
This will make sure that the class is loaded for every page instead of once every session.
If the scope is session, the servlet class loader will load the class only once per session. So the object in the later page will be casted to the class of the previous session which is incompatable (unlike the object in the previous page).
Please let me know if my statement is incorrect.
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19 years ago