HTA starting continual applet

"wilfried.pz" <>
Sun, 24 Sep 2006 20:20:28 -0000
following problem:
a Java-applet shall " program.exe " on my computer to running.
That is not allowed to it.
 But I would it so.
It is only for me.

here is the code from applet:
// This is
import java.util.*;

public class Exec1 extends java.applet.Applet implements Runnable
  Thread runner;
  public void start()
        if (runner==null)
              runner = new Thread(this);

  public void run()
     Thread thisThread = Thread.currentThread();
      while (runner == thisThread)
             //the Applet call Program "Setup.exe"
             Runtime rt = Runtime.getRuntime();
             Process proc = rt.exec("setup.exe");
           catch(Throwable t)

The applet shall in a "Website.HTA" (a HTML-Application) to run.
So, I avoid the security-facilities of the Browsers.

Here is the code from "Website.HTA" :

  <script type="text/javascript"></script>

<p> Test.HTA, EXE-Programm shall per HTA to run

   //Javascript close "website.HTA", because loads the applet the program



What does my applet ?
it loads and it loads and it loads... until my RAM - memory is exhaust.

How can I write my program , in order to tell the applet, the " Program.exe
" shall store it only once loads


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