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    [Solved] Re: IE Mistaking Java code for ActiveX?

    Hi All

    thanks for the help. Seems java was out of date on the user's PC so it was being blocked. Shame these messages can't be more explanatory as to the problem!

    Cheers..
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    Re: IE Mistaking Java code for ActiveX?

    Hi Sambit

    I sent an email to ask.. He's on Central US time so it will be a while before I hear back..
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    Re: IE Mistaking Java code for ActiveX?

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    so I got a different message, but both messages mentioned preventing running ActiveX controls when it was Java that was being run. Can anyone advise whether this is a general behavior of IE...
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    Re: IE Mistaking Java code for ActiveX?

    Hi Norm

    the site is written in visual studio with asp pages .aspx and a signed java applet. Are you saying that IE gives this message for either scripts or ActiveX controls but not for java...
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    IE Mistaking Java code for ActiveX?

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    I have a new user on my website - it's password protected etc. and I'm just giving them the initial walkthrough. I have a java applet that plots charts and when he goes to this page he gets no...
  6. Re: Running unsigned (Java) applications like this will be blocked in a future release

    I don't know if I'm being unfair to Oracle, but is this all related to the Java security problems that have hit the media over the last couple of years? If applets all had legitimate paid...
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    thanks for the information. I'm pretty fortunate to have a revenue base for what I do so I was able to buy a $95 Comodo code-signing certificate from K-Software which is a very good deal...
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    Hey, can anyone tell me what KevinWorkman is referring too when he says "Let us know how it goes in January when Oracle changes all of this. "?

    Thanks..
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    Hi Kevin

    gulp! What are they going to change now?? I've just recovered from the latest episode of being thrown under a bus by Oracle!
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    I amended the manifest in the jar file myself first to sandbox but it gave an error and invited me to change my java settings. It's for widespead use so I can't have people need to change...
  11. Re: Running unsigned (Java) applications like this will be blocked in a future release

    Hi

    just to let you know that the JAR now all works and is signed and uploaded and doing the right things. One odd thing though is that I got a message

    "This application will be blocked in a...
  12. Re: Running unsigned (Java) applications like this will be blocked in a future release

    Hi Norm

    just to give you an update, the Jar file now works absolutely fine after a bit of fiddling. Thanks so much for your help on this, I was completely lost as to how to fix it. Now on to the...
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    Hi Norm

    I see. OK, that's fine, I can look into that and see how it's done. Thanks so much for your help. I'd assumed that the coding automatically looked for...
  14. Re: Running unsigned (Java) applications like this will be blocked in a future release

    Hi Norm I took a look and I found this, I think it's what you're asking for

    <APPLET id="Applet1" codeBase="./" height="500" hspace="0" width="700" align="middle"...
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    Hi Norm

    Unfortunately, I can't open the class file because it's a third-party applet. I suspect that what's going on is that I uploaded the Jar file and deleted the class files to force use of...
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    Hi Norm

    I can't open the ChartApplet.class file because it's a third-party sourced applet.

    I suspect though that the problem is that the code on the site isn't looking for a Jar file, it's...
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    Hi

    I've made a bit more progress. The site uses ASP.Net and has a bunch of .resx files so it looks like the site has a satellite dll to bring everything together.

    As an experiment, I removed...
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    Hi Norm

    thanks for the posting. I think I mis-explained. The website has a .dll file and I assume this is produced by Visual Studio because it's been there ever since I had the site built. My...
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    Hi Norm

    thanks very much for the info, that does take the manifest side out of the equation.

    So that just leaves me wondering whether sites built with Visual Studio have different procedures...
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    Hi Norm

    thanks for the feedback. Currently I don't have a manifest file on the site - the Applet I have works fine although it's probably about 10 years old so maybe it pre-dates manifests.. Is a...
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    I made this post about 3 weeks ago and have been digging away getting my code signing cert and now starting to look at signing the Java. As mentioned above, there currently is no .Jar file on...
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    Hi Aussiemcgr

    I seem to have unpackaged class files in the page that generates the chart. Eg

    APPLET id="Applet1" codeBase="./" height="500" hspace="0" width="700" align="middle"...
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    I've been doing a bit more investigation on this and I've found I don't seem to have a .jar file on my site. I'm using a product called RChart (excellent by the way) and there are *.java files....
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    Well, hopefully I just have to do this once in the next X years, so I'm gonna try the Jarsigner. Thanks for the info..
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    from what I read, I need to use Jarsigner to sign and time stamp my JAR files. Can anyone tell me where I can get this? I found the instructions on Oracle's website but no link to get hold of...
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