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Re: [platform-swt-dev] Can I view Java applets in the SWT Browser?
- From: Grant Gayed <Grant_Gayed@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 3 May 2010 10:34:06 -0400
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|[platform-swt-dev] Can I view Java applets
in the SWT Browser?|
Why can't I run Java applets in the SWT
A: Applets usually don't show up in the SWT Browser. On Windows
(Internet Explorer), the Java plugin fails to run a second Java virtual
machine to execute the applet because two Java virtual machines cannot
run in the same process. On Linux (Mozilla), the Java plug-in has been
reported to work because it executes in its own process.
Q:Can I view Java applets in the SWT
A: Browser support for applets varies
IE version is 7.0 or newer
- Windows (IE): As of Eclipse/SWT 3.5,
applets can be viewed with IE-based Browsers if all of the following
conditions are met:
installed IE Java plug-in is Sun JRE 1.6u10 or newer, with the Next Generation
Java Plug-in enabled (this plug-in is enabled by default when the JRE is
application is launched with the same JRE that provides the IE Java plug-in
application adds the JRE's plugin.jar, deploy.jar and javaws.jar jars to
the JRE's boot classpath. For example, to launch eclipse: eclipse
-vmargs -Xbootclasspath/a:"C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\lib\plugin.jar;C:\Program
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