Re: Problem in loading a text file to java aglet application.

"Oliver Wong" <>
Wed, 11 Apr 2007 12:57:20 -0400
"Ravikumar" <> wrote in message

The first one which I tried with Aglet.

Second one will be standalone Java application.

Are you indicating it is the JFrame based code

that works OK?

Yes. JFrame code works fine.

Please if it possible explain with simple program as how to load a
text file in Aglet.

My problem is I am not able to load this file.

    My guess is it's a security issue.
A user can specify specific authorizations for trusted and untrusted
aglets that govern read/write access to files and libraries, object
instantiation, and window access and warning. These security options are
defined for each aglet security category (trusted and untrusted) and are
stored in the files

    * $HOME/.aglets/security/trusted (or $JAVA_HOME if there is no $HOME)
    * $HOME/.aglets/security/untrusted (or $JAVA_HOME if there is no

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