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  1. #1
    Manoj Guest

    IO using Applet


    If I'm running an applet on the same machine from where it is originating,
    why i can't perform file input/output operation? Is there any way to give
    priviledge to that applet to do so?


  2. #2
    Tom Duffy Guest

    Re: IO using Applet


    Hello Manoj:

    You can run any applet as a trusted applet. See Sun's documentation.

    As far as accessing IO on the same machine, applets that are not trusted
    don't have access to the local machine. So, if you applet is currently on
    your local machine - not a server - you may run into IO exceptions.

    Tom Duffy

    "Manoj" <manoj_paa@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >If I'm running an applet on the same machine from where it is originating,
    >why i can't perform file input/output operation? Is there any way to give
    >priviledge to that applet to do so?
    >



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