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javahelp not running in https

iyappan sankaran
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hi

i have a problem of javahelp running fine in http mode but in https mode it is not running . why ?

Thanks
Heena Joshi
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Which javahelp? Can you post url here?
Shaan Shar
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Originally posted by iyappan sankaran:
hi

i have a problem of javahelp running fine in http mode but in https mode it is not running . why ?

Thanks


Let us know the exact context of the problem.???


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iyappan sankaran
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i created one application which has a help dialog, for that i make use of javahelp2.0 api . now the problem is its lanuching fine in http mode but hanging when i try to access through https.

why ?
Chetan Parekh
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Do need to configure your Server to accept https request for your application?

You cann't access any URL via https before configure it to be served via https.


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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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iyappan --

I don't understand your question at all; how do you access JavaHelp (which is a Swing-based tool) using HTTP or HTTPS? Do you mean you've used JavaHelp in an applet, or maybe a JavaWebStart application, and you can't use HTTPS with that? Or when you use HTTPS with your applet, the JavaHelp part won't work?

Can you please explain exactly what you're talking about?


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