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Thread: A problem with Java 7 and a certain applet

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    I have used an old Java-based program called TeamStats for updating hockey and football tables for websites and such. But it doesn't work anymore with the latest update of Java 7 u 25.

    It doesn't matter if I use Explorer, Google or Firefox. All I got is error messages. Other applets seem to work but not this one. What can I do? I do need this TeamStats program.

    What I see when i try to acces the page with the league table is a white square where the applet is and a message in the corner which says : Error. Click for details.

    The message I get when i click on "Error. Click for details" is:

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    access denied ("java .io.File Permission" "E: My Documents\My Websites\Leaguetables\data\czehockey.txt"read"


    The textfile mentioned is the textfile with the results from the league, in this case the Czech Hockey league.

    This Java applet has worked since 1998 during all updates of Java. Why doesn't it work now and how do I solve this problem?


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    Default Re: A problem with Java 7 and a certain applet

    This article and the FAQs at the end may help. After you verify the problem, let us know if you want help with the solution.

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    Default Re: A problem with Java 7 and a certain applet

    I must admit that I have no idea how to solve this problem. If anyone wants to give it a serious try, I can send the TeamStats program via email.

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    Default Re: A problem with Java 7 and a certain applet

    Is there really no one who can help me with this problem?

    I hate to be rude but I need that program and I need it now.

    Otherwise, someone could tell me where to find a similar non-Java based program similar to TeamStats to maintain my league tables so I don't have to be dependent of the idiots at Oracle and their arrogance against us who are dependent on their latest whims.

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