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Applet in a Browser -- controls are not recognized
User (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
When I open my JAR applet application from command prompt (java -
jar), SilkTest records all controls inside it properly. When I open
the same JAR applet application inside Netscape 4.08 browser,
SilkTest fails to record java controls.
Is this a constraint of SilkTest with Java, that it can record
controls only when run as a stand alone application OR can I make
SilkTest to record Java control when opened as a JAR applet
application inside Netscape browser?
My JAR applet application uses JRE1.3 plug-in.
I have placed my Silktest_java2.jar file in CLASSPATH and enabled
java-plugin in Silk Extension enabler.
Any kind of sugestion is welcomed.
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Re: Applet in a Browser -- controls are not recognized
My theory of the the problem is that when your applet is embedded(within) Netscape, it loses it exposure. While stand alone your applet/java is not wrapped, so it is exposed.
Custom support probably will tell you to map your applet. Meaning hardcode all the tags and the structure of your app. If you change your app, you have to modify your mapping. Which is the dumbest method ever.
Maybe you need to consult and demand furious to customer support for a solution
Can't help more.
[This message has been edited by GodKnows (edited 07-06-2001).]