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Applet and Servlet communication

Laurent Sate
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Joined: Dec 18, 2001
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Hello,
I have a applet which communicates with a servlet.
When my applet attacks my servlet and when my servlet is installed on the same machine (211.1.1.180), the communication is done without problem. But, when the servlet is installed on a another machine (211.1.1.135) I've a java.security.AccessControlException. I work with jdk 1.3.1 and i've tested with jdk 1.1.8 and all works!! I suppose that my problem is with jdk 1.3.1.
below sources:
Applet

Servlet

The exception

I've tried also with a simple application in the place of a applet and that works!!
How can i resolve that?
Thanks for your help
[ February 01, 2002: Message edited by: Laurent Sate ]
William Brogden
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The exception you are getting is exactly what one would expect. Normal Applet security policy enforced by the browser prevents accessing data from another server. I think you would have to use a signed applet.
Bill
Tim Holloway
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Correct. In fact, unsigned applets are forbidden to open ANY sort of network connection to any place other than the server that they were loaded from.


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