Applet Caching without Java Plugin?
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Posted By:   Shawn_Wheatley
Posted On:   Tuesday, July 31, 2001 10:21 AM

I read an article on IBM's developerWorks site ( http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-javapush/?dwzone=java ) about a technology called JavaPush that would cache an applet. I wanted to know if this was adaptable to Java 1.1 without a plugin. I can get the applet JARs to cache, but I cannot launch the applet from the local system. In the article, the author uses the codebase param to specify a local directory to launch from, but this does not work for me. Also, the author's e-mail address is no longer valid. Any suggestions?

Re: Applet Caching without Java Plugin?

Posted By:   suresh_kumar  
Posted On:   Thursday, September 13, 2001 01:21 PM

Did you sign the applet? The article says that it requires signed applet.

Also, there is an internal support with html tag feature if you use Java Plug-in from Sun which stores the applet in a secondary temp directory where browsers won't clear the cache.

Good luck as I am trying to find a non-plug-in support for this feature and might go for the signed applet which has it's own complexity with JDK 1.1 support. It's better with JDK 1.2!

-Suresh Kumar
-AT&T Labs
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