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Nijin puthiya purayil
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Joined: Nov 09, 2011
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Hai all..
Is it possible to run applet in Internet Explorer where no jdk is installed in the system??Somebody told me there is a built in jvm in IE...will this jvm plugin can run the applet??
I know the applet will run only when there is jdk installed in the clients system...mozilla and chrome will show message about the missing plugin but what about the IE??
Here i don't need a solution which will work in my system...i want the applet to work in client's system...please do help me...
Cole Terry
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Joined: Nov 23, 2011
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Nijin puthiya purayil wrote:Hai all..
Is it possible to run applet in Internet Explorer where no jdk is installed in the system??Somebody told me there is a built in jvm in IE...will this jvm plugin can run the applet??
I know the applet will run only when there is jdk installed in the clients system...mozilla and chrome will show message about the missing plugin but what about the IE??
Here i don't need a solution which will work in my system...i want the applet to work in client's system...please do help me...


It is impossible today without JRE/JDK installed on client's computer. There was a Microsoft JVM but that day has gone for a long time.
Tim Moores
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If you're deploying the applet using the deployJava.js script, then it should show the option to download the JRE in all browsers, including IE.
Nijin puthiya purayil
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Thanks for your reply
 
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