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Has anyone ever had this error ( and fixed it ) SecurityExceptionEx[Host] I am trying to create a datagram socket and do some other networking stuff. I have found out at www.microsft.com that there is indeed a bug with ie''s jvm relating to this. So I decided to try out there solution, which is creating a digitally signed cab file. According to the program that you use to create the digitally signed cab file I did everything right, but when I go to run the java applet I still get the same errors. ao

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Try the same applet with the applet viewer supplied with the jdk. Try also to follow the sandbox rules if you already aren''t (wait, I don''t know how that would work for a connectionless protocol like datagrams). You probably already did this, but if you forgot then I''d guess it''d apply. Good luck in solving your problem (browser issues are the worst to debug ).

joeG

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hmmm, so strange.

I compiled the code with java''s compiler then created a cab file and signed it... no worky.

I compiled the code with microsofts compiler then created a cab file and signed it... it worked.

Are they following standards, I think not, both should have worked.

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Yeah, microsoft went and optimize vj++ for windows... atleast with their windows based classes, so more than likely if you didn''t see it in java''s JDK it won''t work anywhere but windows...

War doesn't determine who is right, war determines who is left.

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quote:
Original post by Jim_Ross

see, now you know why there''s a law suit.





ding, ding. Thank''s Jim, you saved me a long, tiresome rant on this one by summing it up in one sentence.

ManaSink


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