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java app in webbrowser control

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I recognize that this question has a substantial Java component and I have
cross posted it on Sun’s website. But it is a problem of interface with
VS.NET and I suspect they will angrily redirect me to a .NET forum.

I have a device that serves a picture by way of a Java app. I can render the
picture in IE by navigating to the device: http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM
I can also fill a webbrowser control with the image:

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
webBrowser1.Navigate("http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM");
}

On a second machine, running XP 64, I can also render the image in IE.
The C# webbrowser navigates to the device – as evidenced by a logon dialog.
Then a vshost security warning pops up:

“The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to install this
software?
Name 192.168.0.57...publisher unknown”

I click the “Install” button. The dialog disappears. The webbrowser control
remains blank except it has a small box in the upper left with an x in it.

The Java Platform Standard Edition icon is in the system tray.

Can anyone help me configure this machine to show the image.
Jul 22 '08 #1
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Is this an eolas issue?

how is the java applet added to the page? with an applet tag? or an object
tag?
"Mark_B" <Ma***@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:C6**********************************@microsof t.com...
>I recognize that this question has a substantial Java component and I have
cross posted it on Sun’s website. But it is a problem of interface with
VS.NET and I suspect they will angrily redirect me to a .NET forum.

I have a device that serves a picture by way of a Java app. I can render
the
picture in IE by navigating to the device: http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM
I can also fill a webbrowser control with the image:

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
webBrowser1.Navigate("http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM");
}

On a second machine, running XP 64, I can also render the image in IE.
The C# webbrowser navigates to the device – as evidenced by a logon
dialog.
Then a vshost security warning pops up:

“The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to install
this
software?
Name 192.168.0.57...publisher unknown”

I click the “Install” button. The dialog disappears. The webbrowser
control
remains blank except it has a small box in the upper left with an x in it.

The Java Platform Standard Edition icon is in the system tray.

Can anyone help me configure this machine to show the image.

Jul 22 '08 #2

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Hi Leon

The source from the IE page:

<form action="/TVJVIEW.htm" method="POST">
<APPLET name="wxyz" CODEBASE="http://192.168.0.57/" CODE="xplug.class">
</APPLET>
</form>

Again, the image does render in IE and there is no activex installation
dialog.


"Leon Jollans" wrote:
Is this an eolas issue?

how is the java applet added to the page? with an applet tag? or an object
tag?
"Mark_B" <Ma***@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:C6**********************************@microsof t.com...
I recognize that this question has a substantial Java component and I have
cross posted it on Sun’s website. But it is a problem of interface with
VS.NET and I suspect they will angrily redirect me to a .NET forum.

I have a device that serves a picture by way of a Java app. I can render
the
picture in IE by navigating to the device: http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM
I can also fill a webbrowser control with the image:

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
webBrowser1.Navigate("http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM");
}

On a second machine, running XP 64, I can also render the image in IE.
The C# webbrowser navigates to the device – as evidenced by a logon
dialog.
Then a vshost security warning pops up:

“The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to install
this
software?
Name 192.168.0.57...publisher unknown”

I click the “Install” button. The dialog disappears. The webbrowser
control
remains blank except it has a small box in the upper left with an x in it.

The Java Platform Standard Edition icon is in the system tray.

Can anyone help me configure this machine to show the image.
Jul 23 '08 #3

P: n/a
Hi Mark.

try converting the HTML to use the <objecttag instead. I bet this solves
your problem.

see here for more info:
http://depth-first.com/articles/2008...the-object-tag

Leon

"Mark_B" <Ma***@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:2A**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi Leon

The source from the IE page:

<form action="/TVJVIEW.htm" method="POST">
<APPLET name="wxyz" CODEBASE="http://192.168.0.57/" CODE="xplug.class">
</APPLET>
</form>

Again, the image does render in IE and there is no activex installation
dialog.


"Leon Jollans" wrote:
>Is this an eolas issue?

how is the java applet added to the page? with an applet tag? or an
object
tag?
"Mark_B" <Ma***@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:C6**********************************@microso ft.com...
>I recognize that this question has a substantial Java component and I
have
cross posted it on Sun’s website. But it is a problem of interface with
VS.NET and I suspect they will angrily redirect me to a .NET forum.

I have a device that serves a picture by way of a Java app. I can
render
the
picture in IE by navigating to the device:
http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM
I can also fill a webbrowser control with the image:

private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
webBrowser1.Navigate("http://192.168.0.57/tvJVIEW.HTM");
}

On a second machine, running XP 64, I can also render the image in IE.
The C# webbrowser navigates to the device – as evidenced by a logon
dialog.
Then a vshost security warning pops up:

“The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to install
this
software?
Name 192.168.0.57...publisher unknown”

I click the “Install” button. The dialog disappears. The webbrowser
control
remains blank except it has a small box in the upper left with an x in
it.

The Java Platform Standard Edition icon is in the system tray.

Can anyone help me configure this machine to show the image.

Jul 24 '08 #4

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