[ajug-members] System clipboard via a Java Applet
easyrider76 at charter.net
Tue Jun 7 08:27:47 EDT 2005
We have a signed Java Applet which is accessed via the Internet and users can cut and paste from the clipboard in Windows. I do not believe that we did anything special to get this functionality to work. It may be that it is just part of the functionality of some of the Swing components.
> From: Christopher Fowler <cfowler at outpostsentinel.com>
> Date: 2005/06/07 Tue AM 01:22:13 EDT
> To: "General AJUG membership forum (100-200 messages/month)"
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> Subject: Re: [ajug-members] System clipboard via a Java Applet
> On Tue, 2005-06-07 at 01:12, Christopher Fowler wrote:
> > We have a Java applet in our J2EE application and we want to be able to
> > cut and paste into and from the system clipboard. Is this possible? I
> > know I can do it as a application but I'm concerned that Java applet
> > security will block the applethttp://java.sun.com/security/signExample/. Is there a way to tune the JVM to allow
> > it?
> I read there about signing the applet but I'm new at this. Does the
> certificate for each applet have to be stored at a Certificate
> Authority? This is a J2EE application that can run on a private network
> with no Internet access. Will that be a problem?
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