|Text file applet|
|Text file applet|
Author Peter G on 08-02-2000 at 10:26 (EST)
|In uShop3, trial version, the applets that read data from a text file don´t show. In the status bar it says something about "Security.exception", what´s wrong??
|Messages In This Discussion|
| 2. Error message!|
Author Peter G on 08-03-2000 at 07:30 (EST)
|The error message reads:|
"exception: com.ms.security.SecurityExceptionEx(uShopLibrary.readFile): java.io.IOException: bad path: C:WINDOWSDesktopuShop"
| 4. Classes|
Author Peter G on 08-04-2000 at 13:45 (EST)
|I have a classes directory and the applets are in the right dir.! I downloaded the trial-version and unzipped it, I´ve made no changes, still it won´t work!?!?
| 5. RE: Classes|
Author Bill Weiner on 08-04-2000 at 14:46 (EST)
|1) When you unzipped/installed uShop 3.0 on your local desktop computer, was the directory structure shown in Figure 1 at:|
created on your local desktop computer?
2) And if so, were you successfully able to open the "index.html" file with your browser and link to the uShop 3.0 Applet Reference on your local desktop computer?
3) And if so, were the Search/Browse applets working for you from that installed uShop 3.0 Applet Reference?
4) And if not, do the Search/Browse applets on our online uShop 3.0 Applet Reference:
work for you?
5) And finally, what type of browser and operating system are you using?
| 6. Still not working|
Author Peter G on 08-10-2000 at 16:45 (EST)
4) Yes they do
5) I´m using Windows 98 an Microsoft Internet Explorer 5(swedish version)
Also, the last part of the error message reads "/uSho", not "/uShop" as I wrote. My mistake! I´ve tried downloading the trial version several times but it is still not working!!??
| 7. RE: Still not working|
Author Bill Weiner on 08-10-2000 at 17:43 (EST)
|We've had a couple other people mention that the search/browse applets weren't working when viewing those particular applets on their local desktop computer, but that they do work fine when viewing them from their server. My guess is that it has to do with the search path of the browser when viewing the HTML files from their local desktop computer. We'll look into it a little more, but the important thing is that those 4 applets work fine when loaded from the website.