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Testing a chat applet

mallikarjun dontamsetti
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Hi, i want to test my chat applet, if i run my chat server and run the chat applet from applet viewer it is working fine(localhost chat server and client are in same syatem). if i deploy my chat applet in tomcat server and run then this is showing some security error like.


the thread code is

192.168.0.106:54555 is local ip and port number where Chat server is running
Andrew Thompson
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mallikarjun dontamsetti wrote:
192.168.0.106:54555 is local ip and port number where Chat server is running


A sand-boxed applet can 'phone home' to the server it came from, but it seems this JVM is confused that it is coming from the same server. What is the copy/pasted URL from the browser address bar when the applet fails?


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mallikarjun dontamsetti
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http://localhost:8084/SwingBrowser1/UserServlet?action=login
Andrew Thompson
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Huh. That URL destroys my theory. I expected it to be a File based URI. If I think of anything else, I'll get back to you.
mallikarjun dontamsetti
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I dug my code and found something.
Server starts on a system which has Ip adress example 210.123.1.xxx on a port. Client has to connect to this TCP but the it is not (this may be due to applet can communicate to host only). The applet is connecting to Tomcat IP.
 
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