AccessControlException issues

"merrittr" <>
4 Apr 2007 16:09:52 -0700
 have a applet (that I am trying to convert from a working java app to
an applet see code below)

the error I get is:

c: clear console window
f: finalize objects on finalization queue
g: garbage collect
h: display this help message
l: dump classloader list
m: print memory usage
q: hide console
s: dump system properties
t: dump thread list
x: clear classloader cache
0-5: set trace level to <n>

java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError: access denied
(java.util.PropertyPermission * read,write)

    at Source)
    at Source)
    at java.lang.SecurityManager.checkPermission(Unknown Source)
    at java.lang.SecurityManager.checkPropertiesAccess(Unknown Source)
    at java.lang.System.getProperties(Unknown Source)
    at com.adobe.acrobat.gui.ReaderPrefs.<clinit>(
    at com.adobe.acrobat.Viewer.createViewer(
    at com.adobe.acrobat.Viewer.<init>(
    at adobeviewer.viewPDFDocument(
    at adobeviewer.init(
    at Source)
    at Source)

Which I tried to fix in the init() using

if (theSession.isIE())
} else if (theSession.isNetscape())

any idea how I can remedy this issue?

import com.adobe.acrobat.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.util.*;

import com.adobe.acrobat.util.*;
public class adobeviewer extends Applet {
    public adobeviewer() throws java.lang.Exception {

    public void viewPDFDocument() {
        try {
            Frame frame = new Frame("PDF Viewer");
            frame.setLayout(new BorderLayout());

/*try {
} catch(Exception ex) {}
String[] dis = {ViewerCommand.Open_K, ViewerCommand.OpenURL_K,
ViewerCommand.Print_K, ViewerCommand.PrintSetup_K};
Viewer viewer = new Viewer(dis);

frame.add(viewer, BorderLayout.CENTER);
frame.add(new Label("University of Saskatchewan
Engineering",Label.CENTER), BorderLayout.NORTH);
Label top = new Label("University of Saskatchewan Engineering ",
frame.add(top, BorderLayout.NORTH);
            String webFile ="";
            URL url = new URL(webFile);
            InputStream input = url.openStream();


            viewer.setProperty("Default_Page_Layout", "SinglePage");
            viewer.setProperty("Default_Zoom_Type", "FitPage");
            viewer.setProperty("Default_Magnification", "100");

            //System.out.println("Page Count: " +
            //System.out.println("Current Page: " +



            frame.setSize(800, 700);

          // OutputStream output=new FileOutputStream(new File("C:/
          // PrintWriter printWriter=new PrintWriter(output);
           // printWriter.print(viewer.getTextForPage(1));
           // printWriter.flush();
           // printWriter.close();

catch(java.lang.Exception e){
System.err.println("Cast Error Caught (change)");
System.err.println("Class is really: " + getClass().getName());

        //catch (java.lang.Exception e)
          //System.out.println("Exception: " + e.toString());

public void init()
Session theSession = Session.getTheSession();
if (theSession.isIE())
} else if (theSession.isNetscape())
adobeviewer adobeviewer = new adobeviewer();
catch (java.lang.Exception e)
         //System.out.println("Exception: " + e.toString());



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