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No, that's not possible. The point of signed code is that the user needs to accept the certificate - you can't sneak it into the browser without that. But in that dialog the user has the option to accept the certificate permanently, so that he won't be asked again next time around.
Joined: Jan 22, 2004
Thanks for the reply.
What if the browser pre-loads the jar into the its cache on the welcome page? Would that speed things up for the JVM on the applet page, or would the JVM just retrieve the jar again from the server?
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
In that case the applet would be cached, unless the user has explicitly turned off the applet jar cache. But that would be an unusual thing to do.
I'm not sure what would happen if the user navigated away from the page before the whole jar was downloaded. The download would probably needed to be restarted.
im actually having the same problem as you. but i am really not concerned with the certificate popup. its ok with me but i just want the applet to preload in another page so that at least when the client browses to the page with the applet, it is already active...
have you solved yours? can you teach me? or can yo tell me what articles made support that this cant be done?
thanks a lot...
if you can't be the sun, be a star...<br />もし たいように なれないたら ほしに なれ。
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: How to preload a signed applet without user being asked security question?