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hello Angela Jessi its security policy of VM which doesnot allow applet to make a socket with server on client machine.... any how if we would change the policy of VM or award permissions to browser or VM then it would be possible to get connected with server... plz tell me if U get some more stuff in this regard
You can open the socket connection to server from where ur applet downloaded from. You can connect to any server by giving some permissions through a policy file. You can give permission through policytool Bye Anil
Joined: Nov 27, 2000
Hi Anil & Maaten, I really appreciate your response. Please let me know how to use permission and policytool? Secondly, I tested following yesterday in which I got success. I had my own IIS server in which I stored my Applet(indirectly client socket program) and Html. I have created server application(NOT APPLET) program which can listen to applet program. So When on my browser, when I typed in IP address and html form(which consist of APplet)of IIS server, I could able to see applet and also was able to open the socket of the server and update the values. Thanks, Angela