Joined: Nov 27, 2000
Abhinav, Thanks a lot for your information.But in this solution is there anything client has to do regarding policy tool when he will use our product? Thanks Angela
Joined: Aug 08, 2001
Hi anu, Well no the client has nothing to do with this. Actually i have never tried this on server. I have used Applets only on client side. The only thing i have used on server is jsp. But policytool gives the code permission to behave like frames. I think you can try it on server and see what results it gives. So you better try it out. I think this way you may get to learn other things and if you have any problem you can visit this url where you can learn lot of things about policy tool from where i have learned. The url is "http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2/docs/tooldocs/solaris/policytool.html" I hope this solves your problem. abhinav
[This message has been edited by Abhinav Sharma (edited December 02, 2001).]
3.13: What is the cause of this message: applet did not shutdown in 30 secs--killing it? Usually this happens when the applet which is destroyed has threads running. The solution is to create the destroy() method and stop and destroy all applet's threads.
Joined: Nov 27, 2000
Yes, I am getting this message applet did not shutdown in 30 secs--killing it? in Netscape 4.04. I have HTML with five buttons, When user clicks on one button to another button, I used the same applet. Only the differnce is that when user click on one button to another button, applet close and start again. In this phenomenon, Browser doesn't call destroy method of an applet.... What is the solution of it? Thanks, Angela
hi all, this is sort of wiered solution. u can 've DHTML and put ur applet in say HTML Table. overwrite that column 'ving the applet with innerHTML = ""
i've not tried this but if we just want to close the applet this should serve our purpose i guess (i 've not thought that how would i get an application in which if we press different buttons applet gets restarted). regards maulin