Plugin incompatibilities?

Discussion in 'Java' started by Ike, Sep 20, 2003.

  1. Ike

    Ike Guest

    I have an applet for a customer company wherein they must download the
    latest Java 2 plugin (this is a Swing JApplet).

    Ive never heard of any incompatibilities with installing Suns Java 2 plugin.

    However, my customer company has just sent me the following:

    "By the way, the Java applet processor I downloaded to run the software has
    disabled some other Company software on my PC (things like our web enabled
    expense reporting system). I've found a work around by uninstalling the Java
    program we loaded, but we'll have to work something else out before we
    launch to our company's computer network."

    Do any of you good folks out there have any ideas what could be the problem
    here? I'm anxious to hear your thoughts. Thanks, Ike
     
    Ike, Sep 20, 2003
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  2. Ike

    SteveE Guest

    Ike wrote:
    > I have an applet for a customer company wherein they must download the
    > latest Java 2 plugin (this is a Swing JApplet).
    >
    > Ive never heard of any incompatibilities with installing Suns Java 2 plugin.
    >
    > However, my customer company has just sent me the following:
    >
    > "By the way, the Java applet processor I downloaded to run the software has
    > disabled some other Company software on my PC (things like our web enabled
    > expense reporting system). I've found a work around by uninstalling the Java
    > program we loaded, but we'll have to work something else out before we
    > launch to our company's computer network."
    >
    > Do any of you good folks out there have any ideas what could be the problem
    > here? I'm anxious to hear your thoughts. Thanks, Ike


    Their Company software probably requires the MS JVM (probably CAB files
    or somesuch). What they can do is install another browser such as
    Mozilla to run your applet using the latest Java plugin, and leave
    Internet Explorer to use it's own JVM.

    SteveE.
     
    SteveE, Sep 20, 2003
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